Well yes for now ... but in a "couple" years most Hosting services
will upgrade their apache/ngix to support HTTP/2. (Also IIS)
(I've upgraded my Server PC to Server 2016 Essentials)
Google, Microsoft and major companies etc are already serving with
Which it will mean more speed and less bandwidth in general out of
Since ICS is non-blocking i thought that HTTP/2 implementation is
(My thought: Just add compression and handling and it's done)
Anyway, i'm trying to making this stupid <g> IMAP server with ICS,
just through up a segguestion for ICS.
Also take a look at his blog, he has interesting stuff:
On 2017-01-23 10:53, Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote:
I saw some HTTP/2 code at
it looked similar to ICS code and ICS may need a couple
modifications in order to archive HTTP/2
Interesting set of Delphi components aimed at cloud applications, I've
cloned the repository, might be useful for testing.
But it's blocking sockets, not async like ICS and the SSL is a little
Why exactly do you believe HTTP/2 to be important? My understanding is
all requests start as HTTP/1 and then change protocol if the server
supports it for efficiency, so ICS is not blocked from any web sites.
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