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HTTP2 and Lasso 9

Jolle Carlestam-2
Greetings!

The thing called HTTP2 came into my attention zone. Looks really interesting.
What, if anything, would be required to make Lasso 9 play with it?

Is anyone using HTTP2 for anything?

https://kinsta.com/learn/what-is-http2/

HDB
Jolle

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Re: HTTP2 and Lasso 9

Brad Lindsay
Jolle,

Not using HTTP 2 for anything currently. From what I’ve seen, many servers claim to support HTTP 2 but are only supporting part of the specification.

In terms of what it would take for Lasso, here’s my best guess:

- For the built-in Lasso HTTP server (Spitfire) - that would take writing more code to support the new specification.

- For the fast_cgi connector, I don’t think it would take anything for basic support except a web server that supports it. (At least I’m not aware of additional APIs for fastCGI, but I’ve barely looked.)


Brad

On May 12, 2016 at 11:03:45 AM, Jolle Carlestam ([hidden email]) wrote:

> Greetings!
>  
> The thing called HTTP2 came into my attention zone. Looks really interesting.
> What, if anything, would be required to make Lasso 9 play with it?
>  
> Is anyone using HTTP2 for anything?
>  
> https://kinsta.com/learn/what-is-http2/
>  
> HDB
> Jolle
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Re: HTTP2 and Lasso 9

Lasso Talk
Brad,

when could be the first version for testing. HTTP2 we would like to use
the WebComponents.

Thank you for reply

Lubos


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> *Sent:* Friday, May 13, 2016 8:16:56 PM CEDT
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> *Subject:* HTTP2 and Lasso 9
>
> Jolle,
>
> Not using HTTP 2 for anything currently. From what I’ve seen, many
> servers claim to support HTTP 2 but are only supporting part of the
> specification.
>
> In terms of what it would take for Lasso, here’s my best guess:
>
> - For the built-in Lasso HTTP server (Spitfire) - that would take
> writing more code to support the new specification.
>
> - For the fast_cgi connector, I don’t think it would take anything for
> basic support except a web server that supports it. (At least I’m not
> aware of additional APIs for fastCGI, but I’ve barely looked.)
>
>
> Brad
>
>
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> Jolle Carlestam <mailto:[hidden email]>
> 3. mája 2016 22:11
> Greetings!
>
> The thing called HTTP2 came into my attention zone. Looks really
> interesting.
> What, if anything, would be required to make Lasso 9 play with it?
>
> Is anyone using HTTP2 for anything?
>
> https://kinsta.com/learn/what-is-http2/
>
> HDB
> Jolle
>
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Re: HTTP2 and Lasso 9

Brad Lindsay
I’m not employed by LassoSoft, so I have no idea when this would be.

Brad

On May 17, 2016 at 10:01:44 AM, Lubos Voros ([hidden email]) wrote:

> Brad,
>  
> when could be the first version for testing. HTTP2 we would like to use
> the WebComponents.
>  
> Thank you for reply
>  
> Lubos
>  
>  
> > ------------------------------------------------------------------------  
> > *From:* Brad Lindsay
> > *Sent:* Friday, May 13, 2016 8:16:56 PM CEDT
> > *To:* [hidden email]
> > *Subject:* HTTP2 and Lasso 9
> >
> > Jolle,
> >
> > Not using HTTP 2 for anything currently. From what I’ve seen, many
> > servers claim to support HTTP 2 but are only supporting part of the
> > specification.
> >
> > In terms of what it would take for Lasso, here’s my best guess:
> >
> > - For the built-in Lasso HTTP server (Spitfire) - that would take
> > writing more code to support the new specification.
> >
> > - For the fast_cgi connector, I don’t think it would take anything for
> > basic support except a web server that supports it. (At least I’m not
> > aware of additional APIs for fastCGI, but I’ve barely looked.)
> >
> >
> > Brad
> >
> >
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> > Jolle Carlestam  
> > 3. mája 2016 22:11
> > Greetings!
> >
> > The thing called HTTP2 came into my attention zone. Looks really
> > interesting.
> > What, if anything, would be required to make Lasso 9 play with it?
> >
> > Is anyone using HTTP2 for anything?
> >
> > https://kinsta.com/learn/what-is-http2/
> >
> > HDB
> > Jolle
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Re: HTTP2 and Lasso 9

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Thanks, I was hoping that someone hears from Lasso Soft. They have more
important projects like Lasso Professional:-)

Lubos




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