MaxCDN, previously also known as NetDNA and one of the leading providers of Content Delivery Network services, announced that it is now adding support to its CDN for allowing users to have different level of gzip compression to make it simpler for customers to keep file sizes consistent during transit as well as when customers use multiple CDNs.
MaxCDN mentioned that while it had on a case-to-case-basis supported having non-default gzip compression levels for different customers in past, the Company has now added changing gzip levels as part of both its Control Panel as well as its API. More details about the change can be viewed at the Company’s original blog-post.
Additional information about gzip compression on websites can also be viewed at: https://www.maxcdn.com/one/visual-glossary/gzip/
Original Post at: https://www.maxcdn.com/blog/gzip-compression-levels/
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