Why bother learning about HTTP/3?

HTTP/3 provides a low-latency and high-performance connection all of which is great for the end-user. Since HTTP/3 numbers are rising, we expect that it will replace all previous data communication protocols quickly. According to W3Techs, 4.1% of the top 10 million websites support HTTP/3, after support peaked at 7.5% in October. We can see that more and more browsers added HTTP/3 to their configuration with Safari being the latest. Click here to check the latest browsers that support HTTP/3.

Intro to HTTP?

A little introductory for beginners like me and refreshment for you on HTTP never hurts. …

Mohammad Torabi

Curious Junior Web Developer

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