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HTTP/2 and PHP?

Last Modified: 2015-04-17
With the advent of HTTP/2, the proposed specifications are very exciting. Most exciting of all is the ability for the server to push information out to a web browser without the web browser having to first ask for it. My question is: functions existing PHP to allow us to use the HTTP/2 capabilities? It seems to me, Ajax may no longer be required to perform many functions. Can much of what was previously done with Ajax be done with PHP now? Or will JavaScript be more important than ever because only it can control requests to the server from a user standpoint?
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