Firefox3 to support cross-site sharing of js libraries?
Here’s some talk on this, over at the mozilla.dev.platform list.
WTF – backbase.com does a GET
While *trying* to take a look at their client edition,
i open Firebug
and here’s what i see:
Defitively a feature from the past!
I couldn’t resist blogging this… it’s an awesome tool!
Go checkout svn co http://svn.dojotoolkit.org/dojo/trunk/tools/jslinker, read
the instructions at http://svn.dojotoolkit.org/dojo/trunk/tools/jslinker/docs/readme.txt and … use it!
So, let’s say i create a web app that makes use of dojo and of tacos.
Currently, tacos.js is 54kb and dojo is at least 150kb. So, how about reducing this? How about keeping only the functions and the files that are actually called from the html files?
For my first example, i run
java -Xms8m -Xmx200m -cp jsl.jar:sisc.jar:bcel.jar org.dojo.jsl.top.Top –verbose –prj jsl.prj –sources ../tests/test_tacos.html
and was left with a 2.3kb dojo.js and a 6.3kb tacos.js
Doesn’t this rock??? Thx dojo & Well done to everyone involved.