I've read documentation of HTTP/2.0 and I know that it is possible to fully terminates the referenced stream by using the RST_STREAM frame. Here's (https://http2.github.io/http2-spec/)!  How can I implement this feature in a web browser like...
Nowadays HTTP/2 is rising as of its performance.  The recent version of Node.js supports HTTP/2 very well.  https://nodejs.org/api/http2.html  But I have no idea how to implement HTTP/2 client in the browser environment.  https://nodejs.org/api/http2...
I'm trying to figure out a good production workflow that plays nice with the development workflow. The need is to exclude 1MB of external libraries from the build, then use a CDN to host them separately. So we have this:  <script src="jspm...
With the new HTTP/2 protocol the overhead created by repeated HTTP requests to the same server has been greatly reduced.  With this in mind, are there still any significant performance advantages to minifying and concatenating JavaScript/CSS files, a...
I am writing an analytics server that is going to be used by web users. One of the parameters that I want to test is their browser support. Please tell me if I can obtain the fallowing information and how:   Test if the client (user browser) supports...
Is there any browser that currently supports accessing trailers in an HTTP/2 response?  For example, the latest Fetch API specs mention that trailers are exposed via Response.trailer. Is there a browser that supports that?...
I want to know if a request between a JavaScript Client and Node.js server is performed using HTTP1.x or HTTP2.   How I know in XMLHttpRequest, Chrome Console and Node.js what type of protocol is used ?...
I have written a webextension for Chrome which can query bookmarks to see if the sites are still online.  I use the fetch API for querying the sites. This works fine, but I have found an issue with one bookmark:  When fetching "https://victoryroa...
We're sending XHR requests to our backend, thus receiving such kind of response objects (whatever the browser):  {   status: 200,   statusText: "OK",   config: {...},   data: {...} }   We just migrated to another loa...

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