Definition of Minification. Meaning of Minification. Synonyms of Minification

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Seminification
Seminification Sem`i*ni*fi*ca"tion, n. Propagation from seed. [R.] --Sir M. Hale.

Meaning of Minification from wikipedia

- Minification (also minimisation or minimization) is the process of removing all unnecessary characters from the source code of interpreted programming...
- Minification may refer to: Magnification, by a factor of less than one, producing a smaller image Minification (programming), a software coding technique...
- two main categories of texture filtering, magnification filtering and minification filtering. Depending on the situation texture filtering is either a type...
- is less than one, it refers to a reduction in size, sometimes called minification or de-magnification. Typically, magnification is related to scaling up...
- discounting downplaying euphemism invalidation making light of meiosis minification minimise trivialising underplaying understating Minimisation may take...
- event or emotion Minimisation (clinical trials) Minimisation (code) or Minification, removing unnecessary characters from source code Structural risk minimization...
- Douglas (2019-05-16). "JSMin". Retrieved 2020-08-12. JSMin [2001] is a minification tool that removes comments and unnecessary whitespace from JavaScript...
- time-consuming and repetitive tasks involved in web development like minification, concatenation, cache busting, unit testing, linting, optimization, etc...
- of systems. Often there are several steps of program translation or minification between the original source code typed by a human and an executable program...
- runner, a tool used to automatically perform frequent tasks such as minification, compilation, unit testing, and linting. It uses a command-line interface...
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