Published on May 16, 2018 by Chrome

In this episode of The State of the Web, Rick discusses the power of HTTP Archive. It’s a super useful tool for learning about how the web is built, and its data will form the basis of many insights in future episodes.

HTTP Archive → goo.gl/9Lpypu
HTTP Archive Discussion Group → goo.gl/S2dMW6

Watch the intro episode here → goo.gl/DVEZt5
Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel to catch a new episode of The State of the Web every other Wednesday → goo.gl/LLLNvf

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7 Comments on "HTTP Archive – The State of the Web"

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Namie Amuro
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Namie Amuro
7 days 2 hours ago

This video is funny! You just showed all the government websites that have been cryptojacked.

googleboughtmee
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googleboughtmee
7 days 7 hours ago

I thought I had speed set to 1.25 by accident

Jj Del Carpio
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Jj Del Carpio
7 days 17 hours ago

Well that name was confusing. I thought this was about the Har file format that had the same name and is very related

Naveed Shah
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Naveed Shah
7 days 19 hours ago

Like …

Anupam Walker
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Anupam Walker
7 days 21 hours ago

Waiting for your reply developer

Ivan Casanova
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Ivan Casanova
7 days 22 hours ago

this guy speak too fast 😛

K1ngjulien_
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K1ngjulien_
7 days 12 hours ago

You can slow down the video in the bottom left if you want 😀

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