Now that HTTP 2.0 is being shipped by major browsers, developers have the opportunity to take advantage of its features for real-world performance gains. Fortunately, many of the HTTP 1.1 best practices still apply, so it isn’t a case of one or the other. This talk will point out some features you can tap today, and changes you should make to your build processes for maximum speed.
Learn the changes you will need to make to your web development processes in order to get the most out of HTTP 2.0.
Front-end developers, back-end developers.
Assumed Audience Knowledge
Basic understanding of best practices for performance, such as combining and compressing source files.
Five things audience members will learn
- New features in HTTP 2.0
- How HTTP 2.0 changes the development pipeline
- Performance practices that haven’t changed in HTTP 2.0
- Client-side changes that maximize performance
- Server-side changes that maximize performance