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webpack-bundle-size-analyzer - A tool for finding out what contributes to the size of Webpack bundles

  •    TypeScript

A small utility to help you find out what is contributing to the size of your Webpack bundles. Webpack has a JSON output mode which produces detailed machine-readable information about everything that has been included in a generated bundle.

size-plugin - Track compressed Webpack asset sizes over time.

  •    Javascript

Prints the gzipped sizes of your webpack assets and the changes since the last build. This is not an official Google product.

Manage upload files for SP 2010

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The feature is responsible for management uploading file size using file extensions (i.e: .txt), control upload document into library and attachments for lists.

enhanced-github - :rocket: Chrome extension to display size of each file, download link and copy file contents directly to clipboard

  •    Javascript

Note: For private repos(Issue #6), Github Access Token is required. Follow the steps mentioned below to add your Github Access Token. Since this extension fetches data using Github public v3 API for showing file size and download_url, it consumes free quota which is very less Github API Rate Limiting.




unitysizeexplorer - Visualize how much space each asset in your Unity game takes and quickly optimize your game's file size

  •    CSharp

While developing Tumblestone for mobile devices I needed to greatly reduce the amount of disk space the game required. For iOS in particular games must be at or below 100 mb. Players must be on wifi in order to download games above 100 mb -- initially, Tumblestone was over 1 gb! I developed this tool to help reduce Tumblestone from 1 gb to 100 mb. This is quite helpful. It tells you how big your game is and breaks things down by high level categories. You can even look through the list of assets that follows to find the worst offendors. When first starting to optimize file size this is sufficient as oftentimes the largest files (listed at the top) can be optimized yielding big improvements.

grunt-task-helper - Help with handling the files (e

  •    Javascript

taskHelper helps selecting files for other tasks. For example, you want to minify only changed JS files. Then taskHelper selects files which are newer than dest from src (or newer than the time when this ran last time), and these files are passed to grunt-contrib-uglify task. And, taskHelper helps you do something small to files (or file's contents). For example, rename file, replace text, etc... You can create your custom task to do something easily via grunt.registerTask(). Or, writing new plugin is easy too. Using taskHelper is more easy.