HTTP: Past, Present, and Future
The HTTP protocol started in 1991 as a way for physicists to share simple text-based documents, and has grown to support the large complicated web applications we all use today. We’ll review the history of HTTP, how it works, and the major features in the currently standardized HTTP/2. We’ll also look to the future with HTTP/3 to see how it might change the way we develop and deploy web sites.
Some experience with web development
- Learn about the major features of HTTP/2 and how it affects how web sites should be coded and delivered