After almost five years in development, the new HTTP/3 protocol is nearing its final form. Earlier iterations were already available as an experimental feature, but you can expect the availability and use of HTTP/3 proper to ramp up over in 2021. So what exactly is HTTP/3? Why was it needed so soon after HTTP/2? How can or should you use it? And especially, how does it improve web performance? Let’s find out.
Finished the first part and must say I learnt a lot from it. Really interesting to know what goes on under the hood of the engine.
- Part 1: HTTP/3 History And Core Concepts →
- Part 2: HTTP/3 Performance Improvements →
- Part 3: Practical HTTP/3 Deployment Options →
👨🔬 To try HTTP/3 in Safari, follow these instructions. Firefox and Chrome speak HTTP/3 out of the box.