98 packages returned for Tags:"minification"

BundleTransformer.Yui contains two minifier-adapters: `YuiCssMinifier` (for minification of CSS code) and `YuiJsMinifier` (for minification of JS code). These adapters perform minification by using the YUI Compressor for .NET (https://github.com/YUICompressor-NET/YUICompressor.NET).
BundleTransformer.UglifyJs contains one minifier-adapter for minification of JS code - `UglifyJsMinifier`. `UglifyJsMinifier` is based on the Mihai Bazon's UglifyJS (https://github.com/mishoo/UglifyJS2) version 2.8.29. As a JS engine is used the JavaScript Engine Switcher library... More information
RequestReduce allows any IIS based website to automaticaly sprite background images into a single optimized PNG as well as combine and minify CSS and Javascript with absolutely no coding beyond a few config tweaks. RequestReduce excercises common best practices when serving its javascript, css and... More information
BundleTransformer.CleanCss contains one minifier-adapter for minification of CSS code - `CleanCssMinifier`. `CleanCssMinifier` is based on the Clean-css (https://github.com/jakubpawlowicz/clean-css) version 4.1.11. As a JS engine is used the JavaScript Engine Switcher library... More information
  • 1,139 total downloads
  • last updated 11/2/2016
  • Latest version: 1.0.1
  • minification
Minifying MvcRazorHost for minification of Razor views at compile time. Commonly used types: GuardRex.MinifyingMvcRazorHost.ChunkVisitorMinifyingMvcRazorHost GuardRex.MinifyingMvcRazorHost.PreMinifyingMvcRazorHost
This library can minify and/or bundle any Javascript and/or Cascading Style Sheets. It includes a custom YUICompressor Transform to leverage the ASP.NET Bundling and Minification scafolding. This is a direct .NET port of the original Yahoo! UI Library: YUI Compressor.
BundleTransformer.JsMin contains one minifier-adapter for minification of JS code - `CrockfordJsMinifier`. `CrockfordJsMinifier` is based on the C# port of Douglas Crockford's JSMin (https://github.com/douglascrockford/JSMin) version of October 30, 2019.