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What is HTTP2?

HTTP/2 is a revision of the HTTP network protocol used by the World Wide Web. It was designed to improve upon the performance of HTTP/1.1, which is the earlier version of the protocol.

Some of the main benefits of using HTTP/2 include:

  1. Improved performance: HTTP/2 allows for multiplexing, which means that multiple requests can be sent and received at the same time over a single connection, reducing the amount of time it takes to load a webpage.

  2. Reduced latency: HTTP/2 includes header compression and server push features that can reduce the amount of time it takes for a webpage to load by reducing the number of round trips and data transfer required.

  3. Improved security: HTTP/2 uses a secure version of the protocol called HTTPS, which encrypts the communication between a client and a server to prevent eavesdropping and tampering.

  4. Better support for mobile devices: HTTP/2 is designed to be more efficient and faster, which can be especially beneficial for mobile devices that may have limited processing power and bandwidth.

Overall, HTTP/2 can help improve the performance and security of websites, which can lead to a better user experience for visitors.

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