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Thread: Performance difference between HTTP/1.1 and HTTP2

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    Performance difference between HTTP/1.1 and HTTP2

    Hi guys,

    What is your opinion about it?
    https://imagekit.io/demo/http2-vs-http1

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    HTTP2 protocol is still new and if your website is using https then go for it. All browsers do support for it.

    HTTP2 is secure, mobile friendly and faster loading time as compare with HTTP1.
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    Hello,

    Quote Originally Posted by Sergey View Post
    What is your opinion about it?
    Nice picture

    p.s. I do use HTTP/2 and install it for my clients. One might face minor issues with HTTP/2 on a number of browsers and mobile devises in certain cases. And still HTTP/2 is good.

    p.p.s It's not a magic and won't increase speed of PHP+MySQL as one might think.
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    It works great if you utilize the PUSH correctly. If you don't, the difference is negligible.

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    Very nicely explained. HTTP/2 is likely to provide significant performance.
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    Ironically that site has mixed http/https content.

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    HTTP/2 supports queries multiplexing, headers compression, priority and more intelligent packet streaming management. This results in reduced latency and accelerates content download on modern web pages.

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    I see benefit only when I implement properly "Push" on my website. Without pushing resources it is the same practical performance as HTTP1.1

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