Add to Favorites    Make Home Page 18978 Online  
 Language Categories  
 Our Services  

Perl & CGI » Scripts and Programs » DevelopmentTools » Performance Enhancement » GShrink

A D V E R T I S E M E N T

Search Projects & Source Codes:



Title GShrink
Platform Unix
Price $19.95
Author Visit Author Website
Website Visit Website of - GShrink
Category Perl & CGI » Scripts and Programs » DevelopmentTools » Performance Enhancement
Hits 525
Description Frontpage, Dreamweaver and other editors add un-needed code to your files, Gshrink will eliminate this and 1-shrink the file size by an average of 25%, 2-have your pages load much faster.Written In perl and easy to use and install(only 1 file) Gshrink allows you to simply paste your html and shrink it. Safe for code as well,perl,java and multimedia.

A D V E R T I S E M E N T




Google Groups Subscribe to SourceCodesWorld - Techies Talk
Email:

Free eBook - Interview Questions: Get over 1,000 Interview Questions in an eBook for free when you join JobsAssist. Just click on the button below to join JobsAssist and you will immediately receive the Free eBook with thousands of Interview Questions in an ebook when you join.


Scripts Related to - GShrink

Script Name

CGI::Cache

CGI::Cache is a Perl extension to help cache output of time-intensive CGI scripts so that subsequent visits to such scripts will not cost as much time. Features: Can be easily added to any CGI script, mod_perl compatible, Rich control over caching policies, and Auto-generation of cache keys from CGI parameters.

cgi_buffer

cgi_buffer is a group of libraries that may be used to improve performance of CGI scripts (and other content generation engines) in some circumstances, by applying performance-enhancing HTTP mechanisms that are typically not supported by them. Currently, Perl, Python and PHP are supported. The Python library may also be used as a wrapper around another CGI script.

Google Search

Google


Download Yahoo Messenger | Placement Papers | Free SMS | C Interview Questions | C++ Interview Questions | Quick2Host Review


 Advertisements