Intransition ڧѧ 19.11.2011 23:30:
> And other fun terms ;-)
>
> So I have a project webpage that uses jquery, right. It dynamically
> generates some page content from a json file it gets via ajax. All 
> good.
> But the file is fairly big, an average example is 385K. To me that's 
> kind
> of large to be 1) transporting over the ajax wire and 2) storing in 
> my
> project's repo. So I compressed the file with gzip and saw a 4x size
> reduction --the 385K went to 85K. That's more like it. I am hosting 
> the
> page on github --it's part of gh-pages for a project.
>
> So I am wondering, is possible to use the gzipped version of the file
> instead of the regular version?

Yes.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/294297/javascript-implementation-of-gzip

-- 
   WBR, Peter Zotov.