HTTP Server Push Manifest is a configuration format for web servers, CDNs, and web development tools.
Use the API or CLI tool to generate the manifest from static HTML, JS, and CSS files.
Manifest are supported natively by Commons Host. Manifests can be transpiled to many other servers and CDNs.
get: '/app.html'push: '/styles/design.css'get: '/styles/design.css'push:'/images/logo.svg''/images/banner.jpg'url: '/fonts/Oswald-ExtraLight.otf'priority: 256url: '/ads/banner.png'priority: 1
A manifest is a JSON array containing rules. Each rule is a JSON object containing a
push property. These are the trigger and action respectively.
The pathname (URL) of a request. If this matches, the trigger fires its push action.
One or more resources to push from server to client. A push action has
priority properties. The
url value is a pathname of a local resource. The
priority value is an integer from
256 and defaults to
A manifest is an intermediary format which can be transpiled to the configuration syntax of CDN services or web servers.
CDN services: Commons Host (native), Cloudflare, Fastly, Netlify
Web servers: Apache, H2O, NGINX
Browsers: All modern web browsers support HTTP Server Push. The manifest is used from the server side.