HTTP/3 is the next protocol for network communication across the Web, which is meant to partially replace HTTP/1 and HTTP/2. One month before the next QUIC Working Group meeting, to be held in Zurich next February, it may be useful to recap what HTTP/3 promises and what its current client/server support looks like.
It’s been awhile since we discussed QUIC and HTTP/3 with curl’s Daniel Stenberg. A lot has happened since then, and this InfoQ article will do a good job of catching you up. Browser support is still limited, but things are coming along nicely.