We discovered an HTTP/2 speed test tool named dareboost.com which allows comparing page load using the HTTP 1.1 protocol and the HTTP/2 protocol.
When your web server has the HTTP/2 protocol ready, it means that it is also backward compatible with a client that only accepts HTTP 1.1. That’s why it is possible to prompt a web server using the HTTP 1.1 and the HTTP/2 protocol.
Here are the results of HTTP 1.1 and HTTP/2 for the website tomydna.com
As you can see the response latency, the resources load are slightly faster when the HTTP/2 was used. It is interesting because, while the protocols differ for every request pool, the PHP handler is the same, the PHP extensions are the same and the web server configuration (Apache) is the same.
Yes. HTTP/2 is faster than HTTP 1.1. It means that if we multiply the responses by a significant number of occurrences, it would end up with a significant time difference. The lowest time latency and page load