--- Comment #8 from Boris Petrov <> ---
Hi, thanks for the detailed answer.

There is no intermediate HTTP/2 proxy.

Before I open an issue somewhere, could you please explain me something. I'm
not sure I fully understand what's going on but how can a JavaScript library
manage the HTTP/2 frames at all? As I said above, we're using "jQuery File
Upload" ( which splits the file
in 1 MB chunks. Then, I guess, they do the POST request. Isn't then splitting
that request with its body a Chrome/Firefox responsibility? If by "client" you
mean Chrome/Firefox... is it possible that both of them are so
inefficient/not-clever? If you mean a JavaScript library - then I probably am
missing something. Some insight would be appreciated. Thanks!

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