JS Packer

Developer: InSili.co

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 1.7 MB - Download


★ The easiest way to compress and/or obfuscate your JavaScript:-) ★


Want faster loading times for your website, with more compact files, a lot smaller in size? Maybe desire that your code is not 'readable' anymore, by anyone? JS Packer is the right tool for you.

✔ Ultra-intuitive, easy-to-use interface.
✔ Drag'n'drop functionality.
✔ Single-file, or multiple-file (folder) use
✔ Reduces your javascript size by up to 80%!
✔ Just one click needed.
✔ Ideal for Web Designers / Web Developers.

JS Packer is the most advanced solution for JavaScript compression & Obfuscation :
Shrinks your JS files by up to 80%!

Try it now; and make your dev life easier!


More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0
Review by Wuebben Design

I've tried them all - this is the one I use - I've tried every program in the App Store for JavaScript compression & obfuscation. Since the day the app store opened. This one works really well and I'm very happy to have found it. Maybe I wasn't clear enough, this is the ONLY program on the App Store that I found to sucessfully PACK a JavaScript file. It makes the file humanly unreadable. However, in my particular instance, I needed to clean up and minify my JavaScript file first before JS Packer provided working results. For that, I found s.press worked the best. After running the .js file through s.press, then running it again through JS Packer, I got the results I needed. Two simple, inexpensive apps. The JS Packer support web site was not up when I tested the app. It would have been nice to be able to see what the output is like after this program has done it's thing. But fortunately, it's not that expensive so I gave it a try. I'm delighted that I did.

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Version 1.0
Review by NotTaken1325

Good idea, poor execution - First, the obfuscato uses eval(), which some browsers settings have on disable for security reasons. Second, I expected to drag and drop to obfuscate, but you have set an export folder. It should just automatically obfuscate, and maybe have a setting to create a back-up file.

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