omry at yadan.net
Tue Sep 18 18:56:41 GMT 2007
the uncompressed file?
this depends on the client machine speed and on it's network speed.
2. obviously reducing the size of the code will make it download faster,
but does it really matter with today's conditions of fast connections
and smart browsers that cache everything?
3. I think the greatest benefit will not come from reducing the size of
you can see example of such inlining on the widgets administration page.
> On 9/18/07, Charles <lists07 at wiltgen.net> wrote:
>> Another plus is speed benefits for end users.
>> "SetOutputFilter DEFLATE", and that works very well.
> I doubt that the minimal difference between packed JS and unpacked JS,
> given than both are being compressed using zlib, is highly
>> server-side text compression and (3) file-combining is the norm, not the
> 1 and 3 are useless in most (not all, mind you) cases. Whether it's
> the "norm" or not is debatable and largely opinion unless you can
> actually prove it with statistics. But whether they add a significant
> difference or not can actually be measured through testing. I submit
> that adding 1 and 3 to 2 will not produce a significant difference
> from just 2 alone.
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