HTTP/2 Server Push Use Cases
draft-bishop-httpbis-push-cases-00

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Abstract

HTTP/2 defines the wire mechanics of Server Push. Though the mechanics of how a pushed resource is delivered are well-specified, the use cases that describe which resources can be pushed, in what states, and for what purpose are not described in HTTP/2. As a result, support between implementations varies widely. This document attempts to enumerate interesting scenarios, in hopes that a more concrete taxonomy can assist the community in arriving at a standard set of supported scenarios.

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Mike Bishop (mbishop@evequefou.be)

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