I am using appeon 3.1 without 10x compression deployment.
As it is running slower and slower I would like to try the 10x compression
deployment, but after checked the 10x web file compression deployment, all
the js files created went to a folder \gzip\xx\ rather than the desired
folder \xxx\. How can I make it to compile to the correct folder \xxx\? Or
can I just copy all files under \gzip\xxx\ to \xxx\?
Moreover, would like to know how fast the application will be with the 10x
Subject: about 10x web file compression deployment
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The folder cannot be changed if you are using Appeon 3.1.
The application is set to be deployed to the gzip folder.
In Appeon 5.0, if you select 10X Web File Compression, the
application will be deployed to the Web URL you specified
for the Web application.
File downloads time will be reduced if using 10x compression
deployment, but it will takes you a little time to unzip the
file after downloads.