17. “Just a new framing layer”
maintains HTTP paradigms
http:// and https:// URLs cannot be changed
HTTP/1.1 servers and clients will be around for
Proxies must be able to convert 1:1
Less optional parts
No more minor version!
23. Will HTTP/2 get widely deployed?
“Look at IPv6”
SPDY proved fast growth can happen
Major browsers are on the train
Many sites already did SPDY - likely to go HTTP/2
24. How will HTTP/2 affect web development?
HTTP/1 work-arounds hurt http2 perf
Need to do separate tweaks
Maximum HTTP/2 usage will need some time
25. HTTP/2 – Status of February 1st
Firefox: HTTP/2 in 9%of all HTTP responses1
HTTP/2 is used 9 times more than HTTP/1.0
Google: HTTP/2 used in 5% of global traffic2
IPv6: 5% today, almost 20 years after first RFC
1. Rough and not statistically sound numbers from Mozilla Telemetry data for Firefox 35.
2. Rough and rapidly changing numbers in an evolving climate. Graciously provided by Google.
IETF Last Call ended on January 14th
Firefox 35 – enabled by default January 13th
Chrome 40 – enabled by default January 21st
HTTP/2 final RFC in Q1 2015 ?
27. HTTP/3 ?
HTTP/2 lays the foundation for the future
Time to drop legacy HTTP “mistakes”?
HTTP/3 can happen sooner than the 1.1 to 2 took