May 10

SquishIt – The Friendly ASP.NET JavaScript and CSS Squisher

Please don’t post support questions into the comments on this post! If you have questions, please post them to the SquishIt Google Group.

I’ve received more feedback via e-mail on SquishIt than on pretty much any other post or project I’ve ever worked on in the past. I appreciate it! Most all of the feedback has been extremely positive, with people thanking me for creating such a great tool. Well, I don’t know how great it is, but people seem to like it!

Anyways, the one complain that I keep hearing over and over again is that I need to create a better guide to using it. And I agree, even though SquishIt is a breeze to use, I still need to provide a better "getting started" document.

But before I start rambling, let’s get on with the tutorial….

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May 10

Bundler Is Now SquishIt

As I wrote in my last post, I had a little bit of a naming conflict with another project called Bundler. Well, I ran a contest and the results were neck and neck, but the name suggested by my good friend Harper won out. And that name is SquishIt.

Unfortunately, when you delete a repository on GitHub, it doesn’t setup any redirects or anything and it breaks everyone who has pulled down the repository until they repoint their local repositories at the new location. I apologize for this inconvenience, but it is better to get it out of the way now than to wait until the project has even more followers.

You can go find SquishIt at its new home. Please note that the code itself has not yet been updated, but this is going to occur soon to reflect the new name.

Thanks for everyone’s support!