Microsoft brings Brotli compression to .NET in 'alpha-quality preview'

It is now two years since Google launched its open source compression algorithm, Brotli. Microsoft has already shown some interest in the technology, adding support to Edge late last year to speed up the loading of web pages. Having conducted rigorous tests with Brotli compression, Microsoft is now ready to bring it to .NET. Microsoft’s tests show that Brotli is at least as good as Deflate and gzip, in terms of compression levels and the amount of time it takes to compress and decompress. It is because of these results that Microsoft is happy to launch .NET support for Brotli … Continue reading Microsoft brings Brotli compression to .NET in ‘alpha-quality preview’