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Testing Real-World Performance for HTTP/2 – An Analysis (spoiler – pages go zoom zoom to the moon)

Perhaps you’ve heard of HTTP/2? It’s not just an idea, it’s a real technology and slowly but surely, hosting companies and CDN services have been releasing it to their servers. Much has been said about the benefits of using HTTP/2 instead of HTTP1.x, but the proof the the pudding is in the eating.

Today we’re going to perform a few real-world tests, perform some timings and see what results we can extract out of all this.

If you haven’t read about HTTP/2, may I suggest you have a look at a few articles. There’s the HTTP/2 faq which gives you all the nitty gritty technical details whilst I’ve also written a few articles about HTTP/2 myself where I try to tone-down the tech and focus mostly on the why and the how of HTTP/2…

Read the complete article at https://css-tricks.com/http2-real-world-performance-test-analysis/.

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