Another camp has adapted to http3, and HTTP is based on UDP
After all, http2 is based on TCP. Although there is multiplexing technology, it will also lead to blocking. So Google people will use their wisdom to make HTTP based on UTP protocol. Http3 was born with better efficiency. Packet loss will not lead to packet blocking. Moreover, it uses 64 bit uid as its logo, which will not lead to IP changes when we switch networks Transmission interrupted.
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That is called HTTP over QUIC.
More to read:
ZDnet Cloudflare, Google Chrome, and Firefox add HTTP/3 support
ZDNet HTTP-over-QUIC to be renamed HTTP/3
Youtube video on HTTP/3
IETF Protocol description
Test it at HTTP/3 test servers
Not implemented yet in browsers. But some daily builds (Canary) of Chromium and Firefox are testing this protocol.