Update on Standardization of Next Version of HTTP/2.0

From: Gabriel Montenegro Principal Software Development Engineer, Microsoft Corporation Andrei Popov Senior Software Development Engineer, Microsoft Corporation Brian Raymor Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. Rob Trace Senior Program Manager Lead, Microsoft Corporation We wanted to give our readers an update on the standardization of the next version of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, HTTP/2.0,…


MS Open Tech Updates HTML5Labs HTTP/2.0 Prototype Delivering Internet Security in Open Source Encryption Libraries

Download prototype that provides support in OpenSSL for Application Layer Protocol Negotiation Adalberto Foresti Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. As part of the HTTP/2.0 effort, the industry is collaborating in the IETF Transport Layer Security Working Group (TLS WG) towards a safer and simpler Internet communication security approach. The conversation within the TLS…

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Pointer Events Standardization Reaches Key Maturity Milestone at W3C, MS Open Tech Releases Second Drop of Pointer Events Prototype for WebKit

From: Asir Vedamuthu Selvasingh, Principal Program Manager Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. Adalberto Foresti, Principal Program Manager Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. Developers can start building multi-input websites and apps with greater confidence that an emerging industry standard will enable building a single website targeting multiple devices and platforms. Only three months after its creation, the W3C…


New MS Open Tech HTML5 Labs HTTP/2.0 prototype shows a safer and simpler Internet communication security approach

Cisco and Microsoft security experts make ALPN application protocol negotiation recommendation to the IETF TLS Working Group to help HTTP/2.0 effort As part of the HTTP/2.0 effort, the industry is collaborating to reinforce Internet communication security in the IETF Transport Layer Security Working Group (TLS WG). Two security experts from Cisco and Microsoft Corp. have submitted…


MS Open Tech publishes HTML5 Labs prototype of a Customizable, Ubiquitous Real Time Communication over the Web API proposal

Prototype with interoperability between Chrome on a Mac and IE10 on Windows From: Martin Thomson Senior Architect, Skype, Microsoft Corp. Bernard Aboba Principal Architect, Lync, Microsoft Corp. Adalberto Foresti Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. The hard work continues at the W3C WebRTC Working Group where we collectively aim to define a standard for…


More HTTP/2.0 Prototyping: a Suggested Approach to the Protocol Upgrade

The activities of IETF’s HTTPbis working group continue next week at IETF 85 in Atlanta, marking another step in the path of HTTP/2.0 to Proposed Standard. Fruitful discussions are happening on many facets of the specification, filling the gaps wherever no obvious consensus had yet emerged or the initial draft did not clearly specify a…


Customizable, Ubiquitous Real Time Communication over the Web (CU-RTC-Web)

UPDATE: See our latest W3C WebRTC Working Group blog post on 01-17-2013 https://aka.ms/WebRTCPrototypeBlog describing our new CU-RTC-Web prototype that you can download on HTML5 Labs. From: Matthew Kaufman – Inventor of RTMFP, the most widely used browser-to-browser RTC protocol on the web Principal Architect, Skype, Microsoft Corp. Martin Thomson Senior Architect, Skype, Microsoft Corp. Jonathan Rosenberg…

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Check out the updated HTTP Speed+Mobility Open Source Prototype

Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. has just released an update to the open source HTTP Speed+Mobility Prototype that it first announced in early May to the developer community. This update implements the latest changes made by Microsoft to the HTTP Speed+Mobility proposal to the IETF httbis workgroup on June 15, 2012. As Jean Paoli and Sandeep…