Aug 30, 2017 4:03 PM
Does anboyd know why GZIP compression is not enabled on custom coded files (js)?
The main Hubspot site uses GZIP so no problems there.
Google page speed test has picked this up as a recmomendation. It seems odd that this is not enabled.
You can add your js reference to your coded file here to test.
Oct 28, 2021 9:58 AM
All text based files should have compression applied to them if they are being served by our CDN
We use brotli as our primary method, but if the client does not support it, we will serve a gzipped version.
Here is the doc detailing it
And here is an additional resource explaining what HubSpot does for you
Sep 21, 2017 4:39 PM
Hi @Mark1 Apolgies that no one has reached out yet.
Our dev team has confirmed that this is indeed a thing, and that JS delivery where gzip is concerned could be improved. It's on our docket, but as of now higher priority issues take precedence. If you'd like to reach out again in a few months, we may be able to give you a yes/no update. You can also add your feedback to our ideas forum (click Ideas on the main community page).
INBOUND 2017 is just around the corner. Find out more at inbound.com or check out the post on the main Community page and check out the upcoming AMA with Deb Calvert.
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