Easy Javascript and CSS bundling

2019-05-15 11:30 PM (3 years ago)

Two new Pebble functions are now provided to easily bundle your Javascript files together and your CSS files together, directly from an HTML template.

The jsBundle(...) function allows you to concatenate and optimize multiple .js files. The result can then be served as a single bundle that is quick to download for the client. This Pebble function is provided by the Spincast JS Closure Compiler plugin.

The cssBundle(...) is similar but target your .css files. It is provided by the Spincast CSS YUI Compressor plugin.

Optimize your Javascript with the new Closure Compiler integration

2019-05-09 11:30 PM (3 years ago)

A few days ago, we released a plugin to minify your CSS. We now release Spincast JS Closure Compiler, a plugin made to optimize your Javascript!

As its name implies, this new plugin makes use of the well-supported Closure Compiler library, from Google.

All official flags and options are supported and easy to specify.

Spincast CSS YUI Compressor plugin

2019-05-05 10:00 PM (3 years ago)

A new plugin, Spincast CSS YUI Compressor, integrates YUI Compressor so you can easily minify/compress your CSS.

What else can we say? It is simple and it works!

Spincast CSS Autoprefixer plugin + refactoring

2019-05-05 12:00 PM (3 years ago)

A new plugin, Spincast CSS Autoprefixer, integrates Autoprefixer to easily add vendor prefixes to your CSS.

The plugin allows you to serve CSS that has been tweaked so browsers support is enhanced. For example, you may use this plugin to be able to use CSS Grids with good support for IE11!

Also, some methods of the Spincast Process Utils plugin have been refactored to be more generic. If you are currently using the executeJar(...) method, please upgrade to one of the new executeAsync(...) or executeSync(...) methods! Those are more generic and provide way more control over the executed programs.

Read more about those new methods in the plugin's documentation.

HTTP/2 official support

2019-04-12 11:00 PM (3 years ago)

The HTTP/2 protocol is now officially supported by Spincast.

You can read more about this topic in the dedicated HTTP/2 section of the documentation.

Spincast supports HTTP/2 and Server Push in two ways:

  • If your application is standalone and HTTP/2 connections are managed by the embedded server (Undertow is the default).
  • If your application is behind a reverse proxy such as Nginx or Apache.

Change log

Have a look at the Github commits page.


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