I'm Ayesh Karunaratne, a freelance PHP/Drupal Web Developer and
a solo traveler.
I develop back-ends of awesome Drupal websites, built with performance, security and best practices in mind. Being a freelancer, I have plenty of time to travel. Currently living in Kandy, Sri Lanka, but the actual location may vary.
Thu, 2017-04-20 19:21
Here is a nifty tool to check if any public web site supports HTTP/2 protocol.
This web service will attempt to connect the given URL over HTTP/2 protocol, and report the connection information. If HTTP/2 is supported, you will get a nice green check mark. It will also include ALPN/NPN status and whether any assets were offered to be pushed from the server.
If the site does not support HTTP/2, it will attempt to figure out the type of the web server software the site is using, and refer to a guide to enable HTTP/2 for that server software. Currently, there are guides available for Apache HTTP/2 support, Nginx HTTP/2 support, and Litespeed HTTP/2 support.
Hope you find this tool useful. Kthxbye