Anthony Goubard is a freelance Senior Software Engineer from Amsterdam. He has developed in Java since 1995. He has developed many softwares available at http://www.japplis.com and is the main developer of the Web Services framework XINS. Anthony is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 33 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Japplis Website Optimizer 1.0

01.13.2009
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Japplis has released Japplis Website Optimizer 1.0.

Japplis Website Optimizer is a software utility that reduces the size of your HTML pages, JavaScript and CSS. Several techniques are used to reduce these files to more than 50 %, resulting in a faster website and less bandwidth usage.

Japplis Website Optimizer can also add the height, width and alt attribute to the images if missing. It can also generate a .htaccess file to improve the caching of the website Apache Server.

Japplis Website Optimizer can run as Applet and be deployed on an Intranet.

 

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Slava Imeshev replied on Tue, 2009/01/13 - 2:04pm

Anthony,

 

Great job! Does Japplis run from the command line?

 


Regards,

Slava Imeshev

 

 

Anthony Goubard replied on Wed, 2009/01/14 - 4:29am in response to: Slava Imeshev

Hi Slava,

 No, not at the moment but it's planned as I've separated the user interface to the optimize process. I'm also planning an Ant task.

Regards,
Anthony 

Slava Imeshev replied on Wed, 2009/01/14 - 4:40am

That would be a good idea. Most of the modern build processes are unattented...

 

Slava

tia meg replied on Tue, 2009/04/07 - 6:44pm

Would this work on a wordpress blog thats used as a CMS?

Would it have any negative affect in SEO terms that you know off?

Thanks

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