HyperStat Product Key is a small but very useful utility that can help web developers by helping produce and maintain websites by compressing the static content. The static content can be HTML or CSS or JS or any other content you want to compress. This utility works without any 3rd party software.The application is made for beginners to easy configuration. It works in 5 different modes.
• HTML mode: makes static content to HTML.
• CSS mode: compresses CSS files.
• JS mode: compresses all JS files.
• Manifest mode: files for your manifest.
• WAP mode: compressor for WAP files.
In this tutorial, we will see how to add HyperStat Crack Mac into Gulp or Grunt to compress static contents like CSS, JS, HTML, Image, Manifest files and folders into a single asset.
Gulp is a modern, streaming-based tool for the front-end development. Using the CLI of gulp, we can run tasks, watch files for changes, reload/recompile source code, etc. Gulp is designed to be flexible, follow a modern pattern, and be both idiomatic and highly composable. In this tutorial we will see how to install gulp with one step. Gulp is an open source tool that is licensed under the GPL.
curl -sL | sudo -E bash –
Installation of Gulp
100% compatible with PHP Hypertext Preprocessor ( PHP-HTML )
) An easy to use interface, suitable for beginners
Compatible with all major web servers
Reads the project directory structure recursively
Compression is enabled by default (In case of.htaccess file, compression must be enabled manually)
In case of.htaccess file, compression must be enabled manually) Compression types supported include: gzip, bzip2 and deflate
, and Compression is enabled by default
, and Further more, HyperStat Activation Code takes care of other configuration such as:
Reads the server’s cache directory
Interfaces with the Apache’s Rewrite Engine
Auto generate an Apache’s.htaccess file if required
file if required Auto detect host/domain name in URI (if not found, the text is extracted from the request hostname)
(if not found, the text is extracted from the request hostname) Auto detect the file path or root path of the project directory (it may be in a subdirectory)
(it may be in a subdirectory) Auto detect GET/POST parameters (if not found, the text is extracted from the request content)
(if not found, the text is extracted from the request content) Auto detect cookies (if not found, the text is extracted from the request headers)
(if not found, the text is extracted from the request headers) Auto detect remote_addr, remote_user and remote_host parameters (if not found, the text is extracted from the request headers)
, and (if not found, the text is extracted from the request headers) Auto detect (and set if required) HTTP referer, referrer and secure HTTP referer headers
,, and headers (for security reasons, some cookies may be set with the URI host name instead of the browser)
(for security reasons, some cookies may be set with the URI host name instead of the browser) Auto detect the Allow/Deny headers on a single response (if not found, the text is extracted from the request headers)
is on a single response (if not found, the text is extracted from the request headers) Auto detect the Accept header on a single response (if not found, the text is extracted from the request headers)
header (if not found, the text is extracted from the request headers)
HyperStat is a small but very effective utility that can is designed to help web development by providing a useful static website compilation function. This command-line application has built-in compression that ensures static content loads optimally.
HyperStat can take a lot of static content stored in your project directories and turn it into static HTML files. When it comes to content compression, compression ratio is the best metric: it measures file sizes saved from the original ones. Therefore, HyperStat uses lz-zip (or similar implementations) by default to compress files.
HyperStat is designed with speed in mind. Because it uses lz-zip, it can process thousands of files at once. Usually, HyperStat will start and finish compression within seconds.
HyperStat is versatile. Just point HyperStat to your project root and it will do all it can to compress and save your files. You may want to give HyperStat a few seconds to get familiar with your projects before you start asking it to compress your entire project.
HyperStat may run in 32-bit or 64-bit mode. That is, on a 32-bit system HyperStat will use 32-bit libraries and binaries to work, and on a 64-bit system it will use 64-bit libraries and binaries.
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Unzip the downloaded zip file, copy it to Applications folder, open HyperStat.app from Applications folder, and press Run button.
1. Select one of the following builds: 32-bit or 64-bit.
2. Click through the installation process until you see the main screen with the progress bar.
3. Select one of the following compressors: bzip2 or lz-zip.
4. Select one of the following compression ratio presets: 11, 14, 18, 25, 28, 36, 50
Automatically compresses the static content (as well as metadata) in the project folders to static HTML. The resulting HTML is valid and generates valid links which means that the browser will fetch the content off the network rather than fetching the same content from the disk.
Compressed static content is loaded more quickly and less bandwidth is consumed.
This compression can be done for the entire website, or only individual static content (files with the.css,.js,.png,.jpg, or.html extensions).
HyperStat is a static web site generator built on top of Apache Ant.
Extremely compressed HTML and CSS files.
Compression Level is the level of compression.
level=1 means that the original file is copied.
level=0 means that the file is
This option requires a PHP extension for gzip compression to work, the include
This option enables gzip compression when it is not supported by the server.
Modification of other settings is not required in this mode.
This option is not useful if the source files are already compressed (gzip).
The compression level is a number between 0 and 10.
The higher the number, the more compression is achieved.
(10 means automatic compression).
HyperStat is based on Apache Ant, but it doesn’t use any Ant features.
HyperStat is not a command line compiler for building Apache Ant programs.
HyperStat assumes that source files exist for each static content (HTML, CSS, JS).
It is the developer’s responsibility to ensure that all content and metadata files are
compressed with the use of gzip or similar software.
HyperStat configures by default to:
Compress the entire site (documents/stylesheets/images/js/[anything]/*), plus the document root.
Compress files based on their extensions.
Compress directories recursively with the compress option for the docroot of the project.
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