What does HTTP/2 means to Java developers?


Trends & Future

Date and time

Thursday, 19. May 2016., 16:15


Hall B



HTTP/2 has been in the works for many years but the updated version of the Internet most used protocol is finally here! HTTP/2 brings new features that overcome many of the HTTP/1.x limitations. During this talk, we will look at some of those features (e.g. binary framing, server-side push, HPACK, etc.). More importantly, we will discuss what is impact of HTTP/2 for Java developers. We will look into more details about Java 9’s upcoming HTTP/2 support and other network related enhancements (e.g. a new HTTP client, a new WebSocket API). And as a client is nothing without a server to connect to, we will also discuss some of the existing HTTP/2 Java based server implementations and the upcoming Servlet 4 API. Last not but least, we will also address some HTTP/2 related tools (e.g. how to debug HTTP/2 exchanges) and some best practices.Attend this session to learn how HTTP/2 might impact your future Java developments.

Lecture details

Type: Keynote speach
Level of difficulty: General
Experience Level: Experienced
Desirable listeners function: All

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The conference is organized by the Croatian Association of Oracle users & Croatian Java Users Association. 

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