Published on June 17, 2016 by JSConf

HTTP – the way how clients and servers talk to each other on the internet – just got a major update. The first update in 15 years! HTTP/2 has landed and promises solutions to all the current performance workarounds we have for web applications: no more image sprites, no more concatenation, no domain sharding tricks. Just deploy like it’s 1999! Well, that’s at least what we got promised…

In this session, we will explore the major features of the new HTTP version and its implications for todays JavaScript developers. We will critically analyze recommendations for deployment strategies and find out which impact they have on our current applications, as well as on the applications to come.

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Jeroen Versteeg
Jeroen Versteeg
1 year 8 months ago

The talk actually starts at 2:27. Do skip the introduction, it's quite awkward.Edit: the rest is pretty good!