Is it possible to hide the Javascript code from the html of a webpage, when the source code is viewed through the browsers View Source feature?   I know it is possible to obfuscate the code, but I would prefer it being hidden from the view source f...
I need to write a GUI related javascript library. It will give my website a bit of an edge (in terms of functionality I can offer) - up until my competitors play with it long enough to figure out how to write it by themselves (or finally hack the do...
I'm looking for a free JavaScript obfuscator. Would compression be enough? What tools would you recommend? Of course, I don't need military-style obfuscation, I need a simple way to prevent kiddies from stealing my javascript by looking at t...
I am looking to use a javascript obfuscator. What are some of the most popular and what impact do they have on performance?...
I have JavaScript scripts in my application containing JavaScript and jQuery functions. All user interaction with my application is dynamic and it's passing to the application through jQuery.  What I realized is, when I run my application, on the...
I always was curious how this type of obfuscation can be achieved in JavaScript and how it can be decoded (deobfuscated). Below is an example code:   var _0x4e9d=["\x66\x72\x6F\x6D\x43\x68\x61\x72\x43\x6F\x64\x65","\x77\x72\x69\x74\x65...
I have a JS library that uses has something like the following method:  this.on('doAction', function (args) {    console.log(args.name);    console.log(args.arg1 + ' ' 9 args.arg2); }); this.trigger('doAction', {name: 'wri...
I came across this performance report of JavaScript code compressed using various minifiers and obfuscators. What is surprising is that apart from Closure advanced mode, in most cases all other minifiers output code that performs worse than uncompres...

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