Combres 2.0

Rating:        Based on 4 ratings
Reviewed:  4 reviews
Downloads: 3239
Change Set: 39087
Released: Mar 21, 2010
Updated: Mar 31, 2010 by buunguyen
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

Changes since last version (1.2)
  • Support ignore Combres pipeline in debug mode - see issue #6088
  • Debug mode generates comment helping identify individual file - see issue #6056
  • Pluggable log API (built-in adapter for log4net) - see issue #5633
  • Support resource set reference - see issue #5605
  • Add option to disable compression - see issue #5572
  • Extension methods for Url & Html are moved to a separate DLL, Combres.Mvc. Both web forms & MVC can use the static methods in WebExtensions w/o having to reference Combres.Mvc though.
  • Add Include custom service control to emit Combres' links & urls so that Combres can be used in environments where inline code isn't allowed
  • Allow resources inside the same set to use different minifier
  • Add filter for dotLessCss library
  • MsAjaxJsMinifier now exposes all settings that the underlying Ajax Minifier library has
  • Config file change now doesn't cause cache invalidation - thus requests for old version may be served from the cache
  • Many bug fixes

See code commit comments for detailed description for all changes.

Reviews for this release

     
I find this tool very helpful for any web developer and IT who is concern about performance tuning of web site
by duypl on Jun 9, 2010 at 3:32 PM
     
Every public facing ASP.NET website should use this tool.
by richardversluis on Jun 8, 2010 at 7:59 AM
     
works great!! using it in an ASP MVC 2 project
by southwo8 on Jun 3, 2010 at 2:51 PM
     
awesome tool
by DonSleza4e on Mar 22, 2010 at 7:56 AM