New Tool Optimizes HTML For Quicker Loading

German company Voget Selbach Entertainment (VSE) released HTML Turbo 1.0 for Macintosh, Power Macintosh and iMac.


The new tool is designed to optimize HTML documents so that they become smaller and load more
quickly into Web browsers.


“VSE HTML Turbo does more than just cutting off some
bytes of HTML documents,” the vendor said. “Because page retrievals take less time to
complete, the average number of simultaneous connections is reduced. That
means that more connection bandwidth is available to satisfy each individual
page request.


Among the features of VSE HTML Turbo are its drag-and-drop interface, its
ability to optimize JavaScript, Tcl and VBScript, its multithreading capabilities;
and its ability to create a log file that tracks all the operations.


VSE HTML Turbo costs $79.95 via the Internet. A CD-ROM version with
printed manual is also available for $99.95.

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