Bundled HTTP Exchanges

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Bundled exchanges provide a way to bundle up groups of HTTP request+response pairs to transmit or store them together. They can include multiple top-level resources with one identified as the default by a manifest, provide random access to their component exchanges, and efficiently store 8-bit resources.


Jeffrey Yasskin (jyasskin@chromium.org)

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