Robin Marx is a Web Performance and network protocol researcher at
, Belgium. He is mainly looking into HTTP/3 and QUIC performance, and develops the
qlog and qvis tools
to make this easier. In a previous life he was a multiplayer game programmer and co-founder of
of Robin are either humoristic technical talks or him hitting other people with longswords.
After almost five years in development, the new HTTP/3 protocol is nearing its final form. Let’s take a close look at the challenges involved in deploying and testing HTTP/3, and how and if you should change your websites and resources as well.
After almost five years in development, the new HTTP/3 protocol is nearing its final form. Let’s take a close look at the performance improvements of HTTP/3, congestion control, head-of-line-blocking, and 0-RTT connection set-up.
What exactly is HTTP/3? Why was it needed so soon after HTTP/2 (which was only finalized in 2015)? How can or should you use it? And especially, how does this improve web performance? Let’s find out.