http/2

Since the end of September all internal Nucleus web servers are adapted to support http/2. This new protocol is the long expected successor of the http/1.1 and its main task is to accelerate web traffic.

Web users don’t have to do anything. The most commonly used browsers already come with the necessary support for http/2 in their recent version. Changes mainly have to be made to the server side.

However, there are pros and cons to making these changes just like that. To give you a speed training about the pros and cons of http/2 our tech geek Mattias built a presentation to give you a clear idea of what it is about.

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