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Last post Jan 22, 2013 02:28 AM by Xequence
Jan 17, 2013 04:29 PM|LINK
I am curious about gzip and deflate. I am using the bundleTable object to minify my css and .js files and combine them into one file. I now am using YUI and PageSpeed by google to see what I can do to enhance speed. It says I must use gzip or deflate.
My question is doesn't bundletable do the same thing as gzip? If not, how do I start doing this in a windows environment with gzip to compress my .js and .css?
Jan 17, 2013 04:44 PM|LINK
Enabling gzip can easily be performed by IIS by setting it up within your web.config file :
Enabling IIS gzip Compression using IIS
You can find a related solution on enabling gzip within bundleTable in the following thread :
Jan 22, 2013 02:28 AM|LINK
After reading, I found iis7 is best served to use gzip. But only in certain instances in order to maintain the homeostasis of your cpu.