Some time ago I mentioned an excellent text processing library released by the engineering team at Twitter that provides some handy methods for extracting user names, hashtags and more.
Here’s another interesting library from the engineering team at Twitter for faster HTTP requests called CocoaSPDY.
CocoaSPDY allows you to make your http requests using the SPDY protocol developed by Google as an experimental successor to HTTP making a number of improvements to make your requests faster. The CocoaSPDY library works seamlessly with any project utilizing NSURL for http requests, and any library that does such as AFNetworking.
You can find CocoaSPDY on Github here.
You’ll find more details on how SPDY makes HTTP requests faster on the Github page.
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