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WPD 634: Akamai tests Brotli compression, “Request app banner…” in Chrome, online ES2015/HTML editor

  • Posts

    • Akamai tests the Brotli compression algorithm, @………’s post
      • “…if you tweak the Brotli settings a little bit, the compression speeds can actually surpass the speeds of GZIP while still providing some significant savings. […] If you’re going to replace GZIP for compression of dynamic assets, a Brotli quality of “4” is a good place to start.”
  • Media

    • Chrome experiments with “Add to shelf” on desktop (“Request app banner…”), @………’s gif
  • Tools

    • An online ES2015/HTML editor with live preview (supports importing npm modules), site (repo w/ demo)

  • Other

    • @……… clarifies: The const declaration does not indicate that a value is immutable, post
    • Mozilla will end development on Firefox OS for smartphones after version 2.6, @………’s post
    • “Build a DOM tree using ES2015 proxies”, @………’s demo (disc.)

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