Indicator for HTTP/2 and QUIC support
This extension is an alternative to HTTP/2 and SPDY indicators: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/http2-and-spdy-indicator/mpbpobfflnpcgagjijhmgnchggcjblin It use Navigation Timing 2 instead of deprecated chrome.loadTimes() API. Source code: https://github.com/pd4d10/http-indicator
- (2019-10-08) Justin Mosimann: Works just as it should. It doesn't differentiate between SPDY and HTTP/2 however, but that sorta makes sense and SPDY was the basis of http/2 anyway. Still, a few sites still use it, notably google apps. Feature request : HTTP/3 indicator's.
- (2019-07-25) adz p: naa man this dont work, doesnt detect no quic
- (2019-04-17) Alex stein: Opensource and simple
- (2018-05-06) Evan Lee: So make a new one. Cool!
- (2019-01-31, v:0.0.2) Thomas Copper: The extension has to be updated
Chrome 71 doesn't use chrome://net-internals/ any more, now it uses chrome://net-export, so this extension no longer compatible with latest chrome and has to be updated.
- (2018-06-15, v:0.0.1) Ander Losa: quic Indicator
Im using a quic connection in Youtube as my devtools are indicating by the extension still marks it as HTTP/1. Is because this is based on UDP or???
- (2018-04-20, v:0.0.1) abdus fauzi: webstore icon?
Maybe, a simple webstore icon will make look a little bit "legit"? :)