Steps to get a node-spdy #spdy v3 server up and running on https://test.spdybook.com:3000 (ssl cert is not valid). And after doing so? Firefox's spdy/3 implementation does not look so broken after all...
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- I just tested with FF 15.0a1 (2012-05-13) and I get the same…May 14, 2012
- Hrm... Are you sure that FF supports push? It didn't at first, but they could have slipped it in while I wasn't paying attention.
Good to hear that push still works in Chrome. I didn't think any of the recent spdy/3 work would affect it, but you never know :)
Looking at the speed graph, I might try the experiment without the cache-buster query strings on the main.js files. They shouldn't cause problems, but I'd at least eliminate that as a potential cause.May 14, 2012
Now that spdy/3 has flow control I'm going to use that to ameliorate the situation somewhat and implement push. That hasn't happened yet - and it might require the addition of priority updates to the protocol to make it truly viable. We'll see.
Chris's blog is about a sandbox build of FF15 (not the regular nightly) that does support spdy/3. That code isn't in nightly yet. One of his recent builds has the URL for downloading it if you're interested - I would appreciate the testing.May 14, 2012
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- Hi Chris, this morning I put a big comment on your blog after digging into this.. I don't see the comment now, did you get it?May 14, 2012
- Patrick - I got it. I was just reading it over, in fact. No idea why it's not displaying on the blog :-\
Heh. It was marked as spam. Fixed now.May 14, 2012