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HTTP/2 for Web Developers

HTTP/2 is here, with increased adoption and support rampant. Developers are still attempting to make sense of HTTP/2. Learn about main features, and arrive at a better understanding of HTTP/2's impact on web latency, with Spring and front-end exampled.

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The HTTP/2 spec is here - clients and servers are racing to implement it, while browser support is increasing every day….The JVM world is already working on it in the Servlet 4.0 and JDK9 specs. But we developers are still trying to understand the implications of it.

Should we reconsider the way we build JavaScript applications and optimize them for front-end performance? Will our server application have new roles and abilities?

In this talk, we’ll look at the main features of HTTP/2 to understand how it will dramatically improve latency on the web. We’ll also discuss with concrete examples how HTTP/2 could be integrated into our front-end and Spring Web applications.

Recorded at SpringOne2GX 2015

Presenter: Brian Clozel

Web/Javascript Track

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/SpringCentral/http2-for-the-web-developer

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