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  • Title Http2 Explained
  • Authors Daniel Stenberg
  • Publisher: daniel.haxx.se (September 12, 2015)
  • License(s): Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
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  • eBook: Multiple formats; HTML, ePub, PDF (44 pages, 1.2 MB), and Kindle
  • Language: English
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This is a detailed document describing HTTP/2 (RFC 7540), the background, concepts, protocol and something about existing implementations and what the future might hold.

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