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JSMin (Online Javascript version of this Tool) - A filter which removes comments and unnecessary whitespace from JavaScript files

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JSMin is a filter which removes comments and unnecessary whitespace from JavaScript files. It typically reduces filesize by half, resulting in faster downloads. It also encourages a more expressive programming style because it eliminates the download cost of clean, literate self-documentation.You can automate this process with a minimizing application which you can find here and an on-line javascript version here ______ You should note that while comments are useful for maintaining the code, they are a liability itself in Javascript since they will be transmitted along with the code to each and every page load, which can create substantial bandwidth penalties and increase the load time of your page for users. This doesn't mean you shouldn't comment your code, just that once your code is "finished" you should make a backup copy with the comments, then strip out all the comments in the file which is actually sent to the user.

Greasefire - Automatically find Greasemonkey scripts on - when you visit a web site, how do you know if there are better ways to view it?

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a Firefox add-on that will tell you if there are any user scripts for the page you're visiting. When you have Greasefire and Greasemonkey installed a little monkey will show up in the bottom right corner of your Firefox status bar. If there are scripts available for the site you're viewing, the monkey's background color will change to red. And when you right click on the icon you'll see the number of available scripts. Click on that number and a window will open telling you more about those scripts.


Forum Deblocker - Greasemonkey

The "Forum Deblocker" userscript simulates the Googlebot so you may see the forum pages as google sees them


Google Reader Preview Enhanced v1.07g –

Permet de visualiser pour chacun des liens des "Outils pour les webmasters", le PR, l'anchor text, etc...Adds a "Preview button" to Google Reader that allows you to view actual article in a frame. Clicking again on that button goes back to RSS view. Does work both in List view and expanded view. Here are some advantages of the script : - You can see and post comments right from Google Reader ! - You can read truncated rss feeds entirely. - You don't lose time opening a new window or tab in order to go on the website and see the article in its original context. Preview can be opened by clicking on article's title, preview button on typing Shift-V