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Robin Marx Sep 19
Google Chrome Canary just became the first (available) browser to integrate (very) experimental and HTTP/3 support! Add flags "--enable-quic --quic-version=h3-23" and you should see "http/2+quic/99" show up in the devtools, which is actually http3 in disguise!
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Lucas Pardue Apr 23
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Robin Marx Dec 4
The video for my talk "Fixing HTTP/2 and preparing for HTTP/3 over " is now online. It focuses on the practical deployment challenges for these new web protocols. Spoiler: there are many. Video: Slides:
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Robin Marx Nov 7
The slides for my talk on and HTTP/3 are now online. I focus on the deployment challenges of the new protocols and on the awesomeness that is Terminator 2!
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Udip Pant Nov 17
Being able to quickly test with different congestion control and loss recovery algorithms is indeed a design goal of . Nice writeup by Nitin on how we implemented and deployed COPA on top of QUIC for Facebook Live.
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Fastly Nov 11
Six years ago, was just a lofty experiment. Now, it’s poised to modernize the internet 🌐 Jana Iyengar, our distinguished engineer & editor of the QUIC working group, chronicles the protocol’s long and complex journey in our latest blog post:
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Cloudflare Jan 22
Enjoy a slice of , and !
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Olivier Bonaventure 15 Dec 18
A detailed summary of Facebook's keynote on their utilisation of at the Conext EPIQ workshop
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Brian Trammell Mar 26
So. Much. Green. (and lots of words starting with Qu) on the interop board at
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Oleksii Kachaiev Feb 27
HTTP/2 was not enough. with and . Made handshake to work (which requires non-trivial crypto). Handling HTTP streams over this connection will take longer, for sure. Huge thanks to for the test server! Have a few improvements for UDP now.
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APNIC Sep 25
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Brian Trammell Nov 18
is taking over the world... 50% of YouTube, 10% of DT residential download volume, ~1% at Akamai... from
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Peter Doornbosch Apr 28
Flupke (), the first client written entirely in Java. Powered by Kwik, the Java client that I started 5 months ago. It took some time, and I had to develop 2 supporting libraries, but today I finally made it: the first HTTP3 request in Java!
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刘连响 Mar 6
Wechat has used in their some product, video chat works very well on 20% packet loss and 100ms latency. I just record a video.
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APNIC Sep 24
How does stack up against TCP when it comes to speed?
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Jeremy Lainé 🇪🇺 Sep 20
0.8.0 supports the latest and draft (draft-23), with confirmed interoperability with !
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Lars Eggert Sep 9
So I got quant running on the Argon board. AFAIK this is the first use on an embedded board :-) Next goal is to get it running under , which scales down to smaller microcontrollers, to see what footprints are feasible...
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SiteGround Oct 2
Constantly adding the newest technologies to our services provides top to our clients' sites. On our blog, read how having the protocol on our servers increases website loading even with a slow internet connection:
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Lars Eggert Oct 9
My quant stack now runs under and an ESP32 client can talk to a server on my Mac.
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Jeremy Lainé 🇪🇺 Nov 22
QUIC and HTTP/3 draft-24 interop for is going rather nicely! Look for a colourful line and column.. 🥳
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