SquishIt VS Website-downloader

Compare SquishIt vs Website-downloader and see what are their differences.


Lets you *easily* bundle some css and javascript! Check out the Google group if you have questions! (by jetheredge)


💡 Download the complete source code of any website (including all assets). [ Javascripts, Stylesheets, Images ] using Node.js (by AhmadIbrahiim)
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SquishIt Website-downloader
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0.0 0.0
6 months ago 12 days ago
MIT License MIT License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of Website-downloader. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-24.
  • Is it possible to backup all Pocket saved articles? (content)
    7 projects | /r/firefox | 24 Mar 2022
    wget is always an option and it was basically created for this purpose (it's also part of the save as from Firefox). I'd probably suggest wget --mirror --convert-links --no-parent --execute robots=off --adjust-extension --page-requisites website.com or something similar. It will run into problems with JavaScript heavy sites, and may miss content. Something like Website-downloader can make the process a little easier, and might do better on the js front but I don't have any small sites that use js to test.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing SquishIt and Website-downloader you can also consider the following projects:

Bundle Transformer - Port of Yahoo!'s Java YUICompressor to .NET

Cassette - Manages .NET web application assets (scripts, css and templates)

Bundler - Compile & Minify Less/Sass/Stylus/Css/JS/CoffeeScript/LiveScript files. Integrates with MVC and ServiceStack

ObjectFiller.NET - The .NET ObjectFiller fills the properties of your .NET objects with random data

NodeAssets - Asset Manager for .net that has live css updates using SignalR and can optionally leverage NodeJS compilers

ps-trakt-scraper - A Powershell script to manage your media collection through trakt, with torrent/filehoster scraping and debrid support.

RedditDownloader - Scrapes Reddit to download media of your choice.

ArchiveBox - 🗃 Open source self-hosted web archiving. Takes URLs/browser history/bookmarks/Pocket/Pinboard/etc., saves HTML, JS, PDFs, media, and more...

Pocket-Plus-Calibre-Plugin - 📚 Modified version of the Calibre plugin for Pocket. Now, you get your articles organized by your Pocket tags, and more!

automate-save-page-as - Automate browser's "Save Page As" operation

pockexport - Export/access your Pocket data, including highlights!

edx-dl - A simple tool to download video lectures from edx.org (and other openedx sites)