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Support for generating links to static resources such as CSS and JS files hosted at a CDN such as Amazon Cloudfront [SPR-7745] #12401

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spring-projects-issues opened this issue Nov 16, 2010 · 1 comment
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spring-projects-issues commented Nov 16, 2010

Keith Donald opened SPR-7745 and commented

Would be nice extension of the resource handler work in Spring 3 in the cases where the resource handling is performed off-site with the help of a CDN such as Amazon Cloudfront. The best practice in this environment is to upload two versions of each static resource: a uncompressed version, and a compressed version. In development you would want to work with a local, uncompressed version, but in production you'd expect the gzipped version to be used and be served from the CDN.

See: http://internetmarketingbyme.com/74/gzip-compression-using-amazon-s3-cloudfront-cdn/
See: http://lanyrd.com/blog/2010/ical


Affects: 3.0.5

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