HTTP 2.0 support
HTTP/2 is a lot more performant than HTTP/1. HTTP/2 is in the Proposed Standard phase of the standardization process, so it's time to get on implementing support for it in IoT Hub!
HTTP/2 has several benefits to it including ability to do server push, support for HPACK, etc. Supporting this protocol will enable better device connectivity and will embellish IOTHub's feature set quite well.
Per António Sérgio Azevedo (MSFT): "IoTHub service doesnot support HTTP/2 protocol yet but due to the bug, we do return HTTP/2 as a supported protocol in ALPN extension during initial handshake"
=> Please either add support for this on the hub, or don't advertise it as supported - it is breaking our IOT devices in the field
Hello my name's Jared Parsons so there's been a lot of development activity I haven't been getting any response I would like to know if I can get a little direct attention and all development errors so I can proceed in development I'm sure a lot of all your questions could be answered please please comment back when you can I don't know how to get out of the web application that my phone is in
Would be great to have for mobile devices (iOS and Android). Would maybe open new possibilities for C2D.
Ian Lee, Sr. commented
I assume this would benefit AllJoyn's performance which would be great.
Folks, to help facilitate prioritizing this, please reply to Elio's request - which scenarios are being considered that are not currently supported by AMQP or MQTT that require HTTP/2?
Elio Damaggio commented
We are currently evaluating HTTP/2 support. Which scenarios are you guys considering that are not currently supported by AMQP or MQTT?