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HTTP/3 is the to-become next generation of the HTTP protocol family. This version is similar to HTTP/2 in features, and is most different than its predecessor primarily by the fact that HTTP/3 will only be done over QUIC.

QUIC is a new reliable transport protocol that could be viewed as a sort of next generation TCP.

HTTP/3 explained is a free and open booklet describing the
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rixx
Jan 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
HTTP/3 explained is a little booklet by curl developer Daniel Stenberg explaining the principles and history behind HTTP/3. I liked the inclusion of recent history and explanation of discussions in the working groups. There is also some frank discussion of potential downsides in terms of security, performance, and adaptability, but usually there is one argument presented per point, so I had the impression that my opinion was being nudged (because of the lack of differing arguments). This is ...more
Mr. Musale
Nov 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A follow up to HTTP2 explained and I loved it. Daniel is succinct and precise in helping you to understand the challenges of the HTTP2 implementation, the solution that Google come up with to try and fix the challenges and how they collaborate with the rest of other industry players to make the QUIC protocol atop which HTTP3 is built.

This in my opinion is still a work in progress but it has enough information to get you onboarded on what HTTP3 is all about. I hope there will be more updates to
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Good not-so-quick intro
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