|Zlib / GZip compression for the Domino server|
While there has been much talk about XPages silently the already-promised-for-R7 HTTP compression arrived.
If you have CPU resources left (and current computers have a lot of that) you can improve overall site performance significantly especially for visitors with limited bandwidth.. HTTP compression basically sends all HTML data (and more) zipped to the client that, if the browser supports it, will deflate the data on-the-fly.
From my experience HTTP compression can help reduce initial load times significantly.
Update: I have disabled the feature for now because the HTTP task is having problems at the moment.
|RE: Zlib / GZip compression for the Domino server|
I have been wanting this feature for ages. It would seem pretty easy to implement, but apparently not.
I have not tested it yet but from the Final Reviewers Guide to Domino 8.5, it seems that it is only files in the file structure on the server, not the NSF data. I hope I am wrong.
Your screenshot hints this to with the exclude MIME types
It should be easy find out, just look in the responds header from the server when serving a web page from a Domino database.
brgds Jesper Kiaer