Symfony Finland: Serving PHP on HTTP/2 with H2O and HHVM (Symfony, WordPress, Drupal…)

On the Symfony Finland blog there’s a new post showing you how to serve PHP over HTTP/2 with HHVM and H2O. H2O describes itself as a „new generation HTTP server providing quicker response to users when compared to older generation of web servers“.

This article is not about improvements made in HTTP/2 – as there are plenty of locations for you to read up on the internals. It’s a hands on article to get started using HTTP/2 today with popular tools such as Symfony, WordPress and Drupal with the HHVM PHP runtime from Facebook. You can just as well use PHP-FPM.

They start with a bit of a look at the current state of PHP and HTTP/2 on the various major web server types. H2O, while younger, natively supports HTTP/2, he does offer the caveat that „waiting won’t kill you“. Despite this, they go on to show you how to set up the PHP+H2O+HHVM combination complete with configuration examples and what to look for in the logs to ensure HTTP/2 functionality.

Link: https://www.symfony.fi/entry/serving-php-on-http-2-with-h2o-and-hhvm-symfony-wordpress-drupal
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