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Stop using cookieless domains, start migrating to HTTP/2!
Another “gotcha” to look out for is that software supporting HTTP/2 is not fully mature yet. Although it is getting better all the time, software for HTTP/2 just hasn’t had enough time to become as mature and solid as existing HTTP/1.1 software.
"L’amélioration continue de la performance web chez M6 Web avec Dareboost", un REX d'Alexandre Thuriot (@thuroot) #SEO #WebPerf #AMP #h2
Alexandre Thuriot, Architecte SEO chez M6 Web, explique comment il a intégré en interne les recommandations Dareboost pour généraliser les bonnes pratiques concernant la performance web.
We’re delighted to announce that NGINX 1.13.9, released on February 20, 2018, includes support for HTTP/2 server push. For NGINX Plus users, HTTP/2 server push support will be included in the upcoming NGINX Plus R15 release, scheduled for April 2018.
"Using Server-Sent Events (SSE) Instead Of WebSockets For Unidirectional Data Flow Over HTTP/2", Martin Chaov
Using SSE Instead Of WebSockets For Unidirectional Data Flow Over HTTP/2
"For the Internet to work well in the long run, it needs to provide value to end users, avoid ossification, and allow networks to operate. The changes taking place now need to meet all three goals, but we need more input from network operators."
"In Symfony 3.3 we added HTTP/2 Push support for web assets (CSS, JS, images) to allow preloading them as explained in the Preload W3C Working Draft."
Alors que le Web transite peu à peu vers HTTPS, une autre révolution arrive, celle de la généralisation de HTTP/2 et du Server Push.
"If you navigate to https://gohugo.io and look in the Chrome developer network console, you should now see Push as the new source (“Initiator”) for the CSS and JSS:"