Gzip in HTML5
jjs at krutt.org
Sat Jul 13 06:16:01 EDT 2019
Indeed very interesting, Danke Hermann!
Op 12-7-2019 om 23:09 schreef Alain Vezina via use-livecode:
> Thanks a lot Hermann,
> Your PDF file is a trove of information to develop in HTML5.
> Alain Vezina
>> Le 12 juil. 2019 à 13:01, hh via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> a écrit :
>> Nothing directly/manually.
>> The "need" for Gzip is meant to speed up serving the HTML5 standalone.
>> This is done (after configuring the .htaccess file) by the server.
>> The standalone builder gives you the files exactly as you need them.
>> What you can change to your taste is the html file connected to the standalone.
>> Here is the pdf of a talk I gave in 2016, the second part contains
>> an example customized html file and moreover (on page 15) some hints
>> how to optimize serving html5 standalones using Gzip/Apache:
>> Compare your serving speed to the speed of the last samples of http://hyperhh.org/html5/ (which is optimized) using Safari.
>> If have here a loading time of at most 7 seconds for the first time
>> and 4 seconds when using the same LC version.
>> [http://hh.on-rev.com/html5/ is (currently) much slower...]
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