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Migrating large sites to HTTP/2

Migrating sites to HTTP/2 is a simple task. Simply upgrade your web server and procure a valid certificate and you're done! That's it for something small like your blog, but complex sites built comprising of multiple subsystems and 3rd party client functionalities likely require more effort.

Written by Jani Tarvainen on Sunday January 10, 2016
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HTTP/2 2015 Retrospective

Back in December 2014 I did some experimenting with the then unfinished version of the HTTP/2 protocol with the H2O web server. I managed to the the server up and running with the built in PHP server to serve some HTTP/2.

Written by Jani Tarvainen on Sunday December 6, 2015
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HTTP/2 Server Push with Curl in PHP 7.1

HTTP/2 is here today and growing constantly. As PHP remains the the most common language for creating web sites and web applications with tools like WordPress and Drupal, it is integral that it keeps up to date with the latest web technologies.

Written by Jani Tarvainen on Thursday November 19, 2015
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What is HTTP/2 and how to deploy it?

For people working with web sites and web applications, there is never a lack of new things to learn. HTTP/2 is one of these things. It will be in a very significant role in both the lives of developers and users of all web services. Somewhat contrarily it won't change anything to the users of these. Or even the developers.

Written by Jani Tarvainen on Thursday November 12, 2015
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