HTTP2 explained — Background, the protocol, the implementations and the future

http2 explained describes the

protocol HTTP/2 at a technical and protocol level. Background, the protocol,
the implementations and the future. Written by Daniel
Stenberg.

This is a “living document” in

the sense that I keep posting updates, and I care about and value feedback,
questions and comments I get about it. This document improves over time thanks
to a joint effort. Full credits to all helpers at the end of the document.

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All the translations are offered if you click the image on the right:
Chinese by Calvin Zhang and Simon Xia
English by Daniel Stenberg (original version)
French by Olivier Cahagne
Japanese by Tatsuhiro Tsujikawa
Portuguese by Bruno Lellis and Filipe Boleto


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