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Enable javascript compression?

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  1. Henrik
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    10 Jun 2010
    09 Jul 2010
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    Is there a way to enable gzip/deflate for javascript and css libraries?
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    09 Jul 2010
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    Hi Henrik,

    hen you use IIS Manager to enable compression, IIS enables both compression schemes (gzip and deflate), so that IIS can apply whichever compression scheme the client requests. You can edit the metabase to specify that only a particular compression scheme is used. If you disable the only compression scheme that a client supports, the server replies with an uncompressed file. You could also try to use RadCompression and ViewState compression.RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX support CDN which will also decrease your bandwidth.

    Best wishes,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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