|By Jayaram Krishnaswamy||
|July 10, 2014 11:42 PM EDT||
Read this White paper to get a feeling for what is brewing:
SPDY modifies the HTTP rather than replacing it and functions at the Session level. It functions as a tunnel for HTTP and HTTPs requests. HTTP 2.0 which in the works takes SPDY as a starting point.
Source: white paper
- Multiplexed Streams
- Request prioritization
- HTTP Header compression
How is the speed achieved?
Well how does HTTP with SPDY compares with HTTP?
Well web pages are complex constructs with images; style sheets; media etc fetched through connections slow and fast. It appears SDPY would work faster than HTTP in most cases.
Here is the performance comparison table from Google whitepaper:
Microsoft is also looking at SPDY and here is link to Microsoft research on comparing HTTP with SPDY and HTTP:
Here is a performance chart for a popular web site (from Microsoft's PDF above):
Well we want to surf faster and with our Smartphones to get the same experience like the one on desktop something has to change.
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