HtmlSpeed - Frontend HTML Accelarator for Websites

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Html-Speed is a reverse proxy, It is used for accelerating performance of websites by improving page load speed and reducing load on webservers. This is achieved by applying front-end optimizations to both static and dynamic content and by optimizing the caching of resources.

https://github.com/TimelyPick/HtmlSpeed/

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