Apache module for rewriting web pages to reduce latency and bandwidth.
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Latest commit c50a93f Jan 17, 2017 @jeffkaufman jeffkaufman committed on GitHub Update our copy of the public suffix list (#1477)
Update our domain-registry-provider dependency to pull in an updated copy of the public suffix list.  This imports pagespeed/domain-registry-provider#6

The steps for doing this in the future are documented at https://github.com/pagespeed/mod_pagespeed/wiki/Updating-the-Public-Suffix-List




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mod_pagespeed is an open-source Apache module created by Google to help Make the Web Faster by rewriting web pages to reduce latency and bandwidth.

mod_pagespeed releases are available as precompiled linux packages or as source. (See Release Notes for information about bugs fixed)

mod_pagespeed is an open-source Apache module which automatically applies web performance best practices to pages, and associated assets (CSS, JavaScript, images) without requiring that you modify your existing content or workflow.

mod_pagespeed is built on PageSpeed Optimization Libraries, deployed across 100,000+ web-sites, and provided by popular hosting and CDN providers such as DreamHost, GoDaddy, EdgeCast, and others. There are 40+ available optimizations filters, which include:

  • Image optimization, compression, and resizing
  • CSS & JavaScript concatenation, minification, and inlining
  • Cache extension, domain sharding, and domain rewriting
  • Deferred loading of JavaScript and image resources
  • and many others...


Try it modpagespeed.com
Read about it https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/module
Download it https://modpagespeed.com/doc/download
Check announcements https://groups.google.com/group/mod-pagespeed-announce
Discuss it https://groups.google.com/group/mod-pagespeed-discuss
FAQ https://modpagespeed.com/doc/faq

Curious to learn more about mod_pagespeed? Check out our GDL episode below, which covers the history of the project, an architectural overview of how mod_pagespeed works under the hood, and a number of operational tips and best practices for deploying mod_pagespeed.

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