[vwrap] SPDY

Dzonatas Sol <dzonatas@gmail.com> Mon, 11 April 2011 15:51 UTC

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Seems like GOOGLE did something similar to what I did with 
"bidirectional" ReSTful combines, and they called it SPDY.

(read about SPDY near the bottom)
http://www.conceivablytech.com/6696/products/google-chrome-gets-spdy-and-an-onscreen-keyboard

 >> Google said that it saw pageload times to improve by 44 to up to 
64%. According to the company, SPDY still uses HTTP methods, headers and 
“other semantics.” <<

The difference is chrome implements a modified HTTP stack (SPDY) instead 
of being limited to HTTP itself. So far, I only see a BSD style 
denotation placed on the source files.

Maybe worthwhile to investigate to see how easy it is to add the 
ReSTful/LLSD/LLIDL combines and secure the transport within any 
specified trust domain.

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