Http2 Explained (Daniel Stenberg)

 
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Http2 Explained (Daniel Stenberg)

This document goes into great detail on HTTP/2 (RFC 7540), including its history, core ideas, protocol, current implementations, and potential future developments.

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Published Date / Year
(September 12, 2015)
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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
eBook Format
Multiple formats; HTML, ePub, PDF (44 pages, 1.2 MB), and Kindle

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