I'm serving gzipped copies of my css / javascript files. As per a tutorial, I set the content-type as application/gzip when serving these files. However, chrome doesn't seem to un-gzip these files, and for the javascript files I get a lot of...
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 am trying to use the connect.compress() middleware to gzip my responses to the client. I am able to partially get it to work but when I add my own response using res.end the response is no longer gzipped.  Gzipped responses:  app = connect()...
Can't seem to find anything related to gzip compressing a string.  Only find broken sites or suggestions for compressions that won't work as gzip.  Also lots of talk of server side implementation.  However I wish to send the encoded data from...
I'm having trouble actually serving a gzip compression of my bundle.js file in React. I am trying to reduce the size of this dramatically, and I have done uglify and dedupe, etc ... and it's gone down from 2.9mb to 2.6mb which is really weird...
All modern browsers include gzip routines for exchanging compressed data with servers. Can anyone point me in the right direction for writing a Chrome extension that would allow Javascript to leverage this routine?  I would like to compress some data...
I am using node request module to do some get request.I am getting the response body like  {    body: '\u001f?\b\u0000\u0000\u0000\u0000\u0000...............'  }   i have the header parameters and request like this,  var params = {...
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...

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