The Best Request Is No Request, Revisited

Stefan Baumgartner

Written by @ddprrt

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I had the incredible privilege to work with the fine folks at A List Apart on a text concerning resource bundling in the age of HTTP/2. Using the powers of the new protocol is something that keeps my head busy for quite some time now, and I had to write down my findings. Aaron and Jeremy from ALA were kind enough to accept this piece and work with me on it. It’s been a very thorough process, but it strengthens my belief that an editor’s work can’t be valued enough. Thanks for all your help in getting this one out!

I hope you enjoy reading The Best Request Is No Request, Revisited as much as I enjoyed writing it. And if you stop by, please pay some attention to the awesome artwork by Dougal McPherson.

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