Last post Feb 19, 2015 01:22 PM by agservice
Feb 10, 2015 12:02 AM|heman_1978|LINK
I would like to know from which version of HttpClient will the support for Http/2 be enabled? Are there any specific road maps for the same.
Thanks and regards
Feb 10, 2015 12:09 AM|BrockAllen|LINK
From the little I know of HTTP2, I thought the point was that it looked and felt just like HTTP 1.1. I'd think this ideally means there'd be no changes in the client programming model (just the lower level http stack).
Feb 10, 2015 12:15 AM|heman_1978|LINK
Yes agreed. But still with Push feature also going to be around, from enterprise standpoint we need to see where we can use this feature. Also in the enterprise there will be large server from variety of server. There is a test bed environment where we have
some win 10 server. Also there are Node.JS server. So we upgrade these server and need to test the 'good return' Http/2 is going to provide then we do need a HttpClient implementation that can negotiate to Http/2 client from http1.1. Also when using the JSON
deserialization we need to see how to send them across as Http/2 will be primary on Binary rather than text. So the earlier this support is available the better we will be able to see the smart gains.
Feb 16, 2015 02:21 AM|Sherwin Zhao|LINK
HTTP/2 supports all of the core features of HTTP/1.1. HTTP/2 just supports all of the core features of HTTP/1.1 and aims to be more efficient in several ways.
Hope this can be helpful to you.
Feb 16, 2015 07:05 AM|heman_1978|LINK
I fear that my question is not well understood. What I'm asking is by which release HttpClient shipped via nuget will it start supporting Http/2. I fully understand that Http/2 is a superset of HTTP 1.1 and ideally there will no changes required to code.
Going forward we want to use that version of HttpClient that supports HTTP/2 in our existing application because the upcoming enhancement to this application can exploit this feature. I'm more interested in version number and the time line of availability.
Feb 19, 2015 01:22 PM|agservice|LINK
Just to throw in more info on this, I'm also looking for HTTP/2 information on this, ref the SO question
here. Also another thread on this topic, in a different forum,