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Open source JS minifier, developed by Tweakers.net

JSMin+ version 1.4

By crisp on zondag 24 juli 2011 00:12 - Comments (21)
Category: JSMin+, Views: 58.404

Version 1.4 of JSMin+ is available for download. Because we are still actively using JSMin+ at Tweakers.net we did make some minor improvements since I released version 1.3 for the public now more than 2 years ago, but I never felt those improvements warranted a new public version. Until now.

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JSMin+ version 1.3

By crisp on zondag 17 mei 2009 00:57 - Comments (29)
Category: JSMin+, Views: 22.997

Version 1.3 of JSMin+ is available for download. This version fixes some issues with empty bodies in if/else and loop-constructs, and it fixes precedence issues in nested ternaries (which actually is a Narcissus bug which has been reported here). Furthermore it has some minification improvements.

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JSMin+ version 1.2

By crisp on zaterdag 18 april 2009 01:12 - Comments (19)
Category: JSMin+, Views: 9.918

Version 1.2 of JSMin+ is available for download. This version fixes PHP crashes in some versions (notably 5.2.9) on JS files with large comments or strings and handles if-else statements in a safer way. Overall the output size has been improved.

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JSMin+ version 1.1

By crisp on zondag 12 april 2009 01:11 - Comments (18)
Category: JSMin+, Views: 13.556

Version 1.1 of JSMin+ is available for download. This version has improved performance and fixes some issues. If you use labels in your javascripts you are strongly adviced to use this version to re-minify your scripts.

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A new javascript minifier: JSMin+

By crisp on vrijdag 10 april 2009 01:37 - Comments (30)
Categories: JSMin+, Javascript, PHP, Tweakers.net, Views: 50.007

For some time we have been looking for ways to minify the javascript and CSS files for Tweakers.net but were unable to find the right tool for this. If finding the right tool takes too much time there is only one other option: create your own tool, which is exactly what we did. Even better: we are releasing this tool to the public so you can use it too!

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