HTTP/2 PUSH vs HTTP Preload
HTTP/2 PUSH lets a server push resources to the client. HTTP Preload indicates to the browser the resources it would require while loading the current page. In this post, we will discuss the key differences between PUSH and Preload, with a detailed explanation of which one to choose based on your use case.
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