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WebPerf Google dropping SPDY in favor of HTTP 2

Discussion in 'All Internet & Web Performance News' started by jeffwidman, Feb 10, 2015.

  1. rdan

    rdan Well-Known Member

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    I have 50-60% mobile visitors.
    And most of them use Android.
    Built in android browser is not HTTP/2 capable, that's very bad.
     
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    Yeah that is a concern.. so you have double checked your Google Analytics stats for Android native browser usage ?
     
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    yeah 8.67% is quite a bit..

    for centminmod.com Android browser is 0.5% with 6.28% mobile and 1.69% tablet based overall

    for the forums Android browser is 0.24% with 3.84% mobile and 1.08% tablet based overall
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    caniuse can add geographical region stats too :D

    Updated my Nginx HTTP/2 page with them :)

    Asia has lowest compatibility rates for both SPDY and HTTP/2

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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    for @RoldanLT and concerns over Android browser and HTTP/2
     
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    HTTP/2 Will Break Your Security – Here’s How to Fix it | Radware Blog

     
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    May 2016 is SPDY end date Chromium Blog: Transitioning from SPDY to HTTP/2

     
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    i really want to see how this HTTP 2.0 working , i believe this thing is most important thing for the low internet connection speed countries . which is websites are using HTTP/2 protocol right now ? please give me the link of those websites ;)
    recently i buy an SSL Certificate and now i want to run my website on HTTP/2 .
    Questions :
    1.i bought an POSITIVE SSL , and i can't make my sub domains secure by SSL Encryption , so exactly i can't use the HTTP/2 On sub domain right ? so what should id do ?
    note* : positive paid ssl : https:// domain.com . free ssl : https://community.domain.com
    2. can i use free SSL for HTTP/2 , For example : Let's Encrypt - Free SSL/TLS Certificates , cloudflare.com , startssl.com, and more ...
     
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    Mine.
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    yes regular ssl certificates like positive ssl over cover main domain.com and www version of the domain. If you want to cover subdomain.domain.com you need a separate regular ssl certificate and use the subdomain.domain.com as the common name or use an ssl wildcard certificate which covers main domain and all *.domain.com subdomains. Centminmod.com uses SSL wildcard to cover over 100+ subdomains on *.centminmod.com :D
    Yes you can use Let's Encrypt - Centmin Mod will eventually have stable Letsencrypt integration and is currently being tested in separate experimental branch 123.09beta01le4 and Centmin Mod Nginx is already HTTP/2 by default. See Letsencrypt Free SSL Certificates and SSL - Centmin Mod Letsencrypt Branch testing discussions | Centmin Mod Community

    Cloudflare can use free SSL with HTTP/2 support but you'd have to move your domain's dns over to them
     
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    The best option to have Free SSL / HTTPS / HTTP/2 either Cloudflare or LetsEncrypt ;).
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    not entirely as free Cloudflare SSL is ECDSA based and winxp and other tools maybe not support it i.e. some lower versions of curl <7.36 unless you update it Wordpress - wp-cron SSL connect error with Cloudflare SSL ECDSA | Centmin Mod Community So may need paid version of Cloudflare plan so you can have wider compatibility based SSL certificate

    and Let's encrypt SSL doesn't support WinXP either.
     
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    RIGHT , so simply you suggesting to use Lets encrypt for free SSL ?
    I believe the Lets Encrypt is better than cloudflare

    cool , have you any problems with it ? why world still on 1.1 or spdy , is any famous websites exist for using HTTP/2
     
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