from potential analyzing/studying/reworking by
unwanted parties. It's both an obfuscator (mangler/cruncher/scrambler) and
highly mangled and obfuscated form, making it
extremely difficult to study, analyse, reuse, and
re-work for competitors or customers, while fully
retaining functionality of the original source
code, and then encodes it afterwards, making it
completely unreadable. There are a lot of options
to control all aspects of code hiding, and full
support for all syntax constructs. Both client-side and server-side code can be protected, in raw .js files, in .asp or .html files. It is designed
to be multi-module aware. Comes with advanced cross-platform browser-based user interface that allows to protect even huge and complex projects in a several clicks of mouse. Utility for extraction symbols from ActiveX components included.
Have you ever pulled your hair writing java-script for setting and resetting elements in an HTML form with a hierarchy of form elements? Here is an easy way to handle all that. Visit www.appsandtools.com and click on 'Products'.
What it is good for:<br>
This results in Bandwidth-Savings between 20% - 50%. (Depends on use of comments and style)<br>
The entire file will work like any uncrunched file. (Search-Engines and users still can parse the code)<br>
Compresses the entire file with a REAL compression-scheme! (Auto-DeCompression added to file)<br>
This results in Bandwidth-Savings between 40% - 90%. (NO joke! ...seriously tested)<br>
Besides the META-Tags (which are always kept untouched) the file is NO LONGER PARSEABLE by any Search-Engine or user! <br>(Compressing .js files is ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA! ...hehe)<br>
This results in additionally reduced size (short replace) or absolutely hard to read code (long replace)<br>
The entire file will work like any unobfuscated file.<br>
(Search-Engines still can parse the HTML-code BUT NO ONE can simply STEAL YOUR CODE! ...hehe)<br>
This function will encapsulate the process of creating an object reference to an HTML element on your page. There are two versions of the function below: New-age browsers and older browsers. New age browsers are browsers compatible with Netscape/Mozilla 5+ and Internet Explorer 4+. Older browsers add to the compatibility Netscape 4.
(Recently tested with Firebird and newer Mozilla browsers, works fine!)