CocoaSPDY : SPDY for iOS and OS X


Originally developed at Google, SPDY is an open networking protocol that is aimed at making your HTTP requests faster. It’s a binary protocol which is fully compatible with HTTP.  SPDY makes several improvements to make HTTP requests go faster. It can issue many requests simultaneously over a single TCP session and handle responses in any order when they’re available. It compresses both request and response headers. SPDY also introduces server push which allows a server to push content that the client doesn’t know it needs yet (not currently supported in this framework).

CocoaSPDY is a SPDY/3.1 framework for iOS and Mac OS X.

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  • License : Apache License, Version 2.0
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