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HTTP/2.0 support on WF? Important because radical change of strategy in building web apps, especially: not combining assets, push.

When can we expect availability?

I use Node. Is it possible for Node to "upgrade" an HTTP/1.1 connection to 2.0 independently of the front servers, Apache and Nginx? ;o)

asked 19 Jun '15, 23:05

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We do not currently have an ETA on support for HTTP\2.

If you want to build a server from source code and host it on a custom port you can using our 'custom application listening on port' and than opening the port to direct communication, thus bypassing our proxy server.

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answered 20 Jun '15, 00:06

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Aha, so it is possible! ;o) I'll keep this open, s'il vous plaît, hoping someone would contribute a tutorial for this. Especially Node based. ;o) Thanks.

(20 Jun '15, 16:50) repeated repeated's gravatar image

@johns is it still the case that there's no ETA on support for HTTP/2?

(27 Oct '16, 12:55) EnergyNumbers EnergyNumbers's gravatar image

At this time, the best estimate we can give is hopefully some time in 2017.

(27 Oct '16, 20:09) seanf ♦♦ seanf's gravatar image

ok, cheers @seanf

(28 Oct '16, 05:45) EnergyNumbers EnergyNumbers's gravatar image

@seanf any ETA for HTTP/2 yet?

(27 Sep, 14:51) EnergyNumbers EnergyNumbers's gravatar image

@EnergyNumbers none as of yet, sorry.

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@seanf I'm also waiting for HTTP/2.

Even googling about 'HTTP/2 + WebFaction', I found myself waiting for the feature two years ago: https://medium.com/@DiegoCerdan/i-will-start-using-http-2-when-my-shared-hosting-webfaction-gives-me-the-option-2feb80de4fa9

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