Is there some valid purpose to minifying before compressing? It seems highly unlikely that the gzipped file is smaller if it's minified first.    I ask because diagnosing production problems in minified code is substantially more difficult, and I...
I am currently on a hosted Virtual Server, I want to enable GZip compression for my Asp.Net 3.5 site, how do I go about starting?  I have tried using 'packed' JS files, but they don't work, I am assuming it's because they are not hand...
I'm trying to query a web service (with JavaScript, prototype). The server responds with XML, but compresses it; headers are set appropriately.  Under Safari 4, everything is fine. The response is decompressed and JavaScript can deal with the dat...
As part of performance tuning, GTMetrix is suggesting to enable enable Enable gzip compression and leverage browser caching with Pinterest, Twitter and facebook JS files. These are usually done from the server they are served from. I am not able to f...
I'd like to have some of the ScriptManager features in the new Asp.net MVC model:  1- Script combining 2- Resolving different paths for external Javascript files 3- Minify and Gzip Compression   Here is what I found, but I'm not sure is the b...
I'm using the built-in server on my MacBook.  Say my script is foo.js. This works in both my test browsers (Firefox 10, Chrome 17):  <script type="text/javascript" src="foo.js"></script>   If I gzip the file, however,...
I have a server which only accepts .tar.gz files or .zip files.  Client side (in browser) I have a couple of Blob's in memory which I need to push back to the server.  Is there any way I can archive these Blob's (i.e. adding to zip or tar.gz)...
The backend server responds with a gzip file but without the  Content-Encoding: gzip header. And I do not have control over the server so can't handle the issue server side.   What I need now is to decompress the gzipped file client side using ja...
I'm fetching some JSON with angular as:  $http({     url: 'https://www.somemachine.com/getdata',      method: "GET",     params: {} }).success(function(data, status, headers, config) {     console.log(data); }   The data it's...
I am maing an ajax call via jquery and in server side I am using PHP. The purpose is to bring a big JSON data from server side. As the JSON size is big that is why I am using gzip compression while sending the data.  In server side;  ob_start('ob...

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