The Adaptive Acceleration service uses Automatic Server Push, with the HTTP/2 protocol, and Automatic Preconnect to increase page load speed. The Adaptive Acceleration API lets you see which rules Adaptive Acceleration applies to a property. You can also use it to start generating new rules.

This API reports how Adaptive Acceleration was applied to a set of web pages. It also allows you to reset the rules when you do a large site update and you want to ensure that Adaptive Acceleration has a policy that is up to date with all of your new resources. These rules are made up of the list of hostnames that Adaptive Acceleration currently preconnects to. They are also made up of the list of resources that Adaptive Acceleration pushes to the browser using server push. There are two different types of rules:

  • Default rule: This rule applies to the entire Property Manager property. The default rule shows all the resources pushed and preconnected to for any URL with Adaptive Acceleration enabled that is in the property.

  • URL-specific rules: These rules show the additional resources, other than those in the default, that Adaptive Acceleration pushes or preconnects to.