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Why I enjoy using the Nim programming language at Reddit.
10 projects | /r/RedditEng | 14 Nov 2022
Another example of Nim being really fast is the supersnappy library. This library benchmarks faster than Google’s C or C++ Snappy implementation.
Stretch iPhone to Its Limit: 2GiB Stable Diffusion Model Runs Locally on Device
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 Nov 2022
It doesn't destroy performance for the simple reason that nowadays memory access has higher latency than pure compute. If you need to use compute to produce some data to be stored in memory, your overall throughput could very well be faster than without compression.
There have been a large amount of innovation on fast compression in recent years. Traditional compression tools like gzip or xz are geared towards higher compression ratio, but memory compression tends to favor speed. Check out those algorithms:
* lz4: https://lz4.github.io/lz4/
* Google's snappy: https://github.com/google/snappy
* Facebook's zstd in fast mode: http://facebook.github.io/zstd/#benchmarks
What's the best way to compress strings?
6 projects | /r/cpp | 29 Jul 2021
The Full-Stack development experience
2 projects | dev.to | 12 Oct 2023
How Much Faster Is Making a Tar Archive Without Gzip?
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 10 Oct 2022
For anyone who wants to try this, zstd -T0 uses all your threads to compress, and https://github.com/facebook/zstd has a lot more description. Brotli, https://github.com/google/brotli, is another modern format with some good features for high compression levels and Content-Encoding support in web browsers. You might also want to play with the compression level (-1 to -11 or more, zstd's --fast=n).
One reason these modern compressors do better is not any particular mistake made defining DEFLATE in the 90s, but that new algos use a few MB of recently seen data as context instead of 32KB, and do other things impractical in the 90s but reasonable on modern hardware. The new algorithms also contain logs of smart ideas and have fine-tuned implementations, but that core difference seems important to note.
Troubling Launching Duckstation
2 projects | /r/macgaming | 5 Sep 2022
It seems to be using a lib called brotli - https://github.com/google/brotli. Can you compile from source?
2000’s Winamp/WMP-ish skins?
9 projects | /r/foobar2000 | 26 Jul 2022
(++) Play Youtube videos and playlistsRelease date: Feb 3 20223dyd, [email protected] libraries: brotli https://github.com/google/brotli (1.0.7)
Stop delaying. Share knowledge on a blog built with Eleventy.
7 projects | dev.to | 19 Jul 2022
Alright, the minifying is done. What else? Did you know you can serve HTML, CSS and JS compressed? A lot of websites still use gzip, but there’s also Brotli. Brotli is specifically made for the web and compresses a lot better than gzip in most cases.
Configuring CloudFront to compress objects in AWS CDK
2 projects | dev.to | 1 Jun 2022
You can use CloudFront to automatically compress certain types of objects (files) and serve the compressed objects when viewers (web browsers or other clients) support them. Viewers indicate their support for compressed objects with the Accept-Encoding HTTP header. CloudFront can compress objects using the Gzip and Brotli compression formats. When the viewer supports both formats, CloudFront prefers Brotli.
Looking for maintainer for jvm-brotli
7 projects | /r/java | 18 Apr 2022
Hi /r/java! Jetty is considering implementing dynamic Brotli compression, but the current JVM wrapper for Google's Brotli (jvm-brotli) is somewhat ... abandoned.7 projects | /r/java | 18 Apr 2022
dabbling @epilot-dev with ______
3 projects | dev.to | 21 Mar 2022
Year 2022 marked an amazing start for me with a new stint with epilot GmbH based out of Cologne, Germany. I joined the team to be working on their micro-frontend architecture, with my primary focus going to be on the performance aspects of the applications. Like the first recent addition we did after I started was to add brotli compression to each of our micro-frontend (MFEs) bundles.
Microsoft Security Advisory CVE-2020-8927 | .NET Remote Code Execution Vulnerability · Issue #30 · PowerShell/Announcements
2 projects | /r/PowerShell | 20 Mar 2022
The actual vulnerability is in the third party brotli library. The patch that fixes the vulnerability is here https://github.com/google/brotli/releases/tag/v1.0.9
What are some alternatives?
zstd - Zstandard - Fast real-time compression algorithm
LZ4 - Extremely Fast Compression algorithm
ZLib - A massively spiffy yet delicately unobtrusive compression library.
LZMA - (Unofficial) Git mirror of LZMA SDK releases
zlib-ng - zlib replacement with optimizations for "next generation" systems.
haproxy - HAProxy Load Balancer's development branch (mirror of git.haproxy.org)
brotlicffi - Python bindings to the Brotli compression library