It’s time to say goodbye to the short lived precursor to HTTP/2 – SPDY. Developed by Google as a sort of ‘proof-of-concept’ to kick-start HTTP/2 development and get people to take it seriously, it’s now been interoperated into the new RFC that is HTTP/2, meaning there’s no place left for SPDY any more.
SPDY will eventually come out of Chrome, and presumably at the same time, HTTP/2 will be fully supported.
If you feel like mentally hurting yourself, the full HTTP/2 RFC is now known as RFC7540, available here.
|Posted June 13, 2015||Tweet|
|Written by John Payne|