Functions of Compact Code Features on Obfuscator Website

Obfuscate is a key used to execute javascript code to be encrypted using the Compact Code feature.
Functions of Compact Code Features on Obfuscator Website

Blogger Template - Compact Code is a feature of the JavaScript Obfuscator Website. This feature works to generate a single line of code. This means that the javascript code that we will encrypt will be generated in the form of one line of code without pause (enter).

If we define then the function of this feature will make the encrypted code be minified or compressed so that the code becomes concise and reduce the size of the code file when we want to host the javascript encrypted code.

For those of you who do not know the function of this website, you can read it HERE. In the article will be presented the functions and various features owned by the website.

Display of Compact Code Features on JavaScript Obfuscator Website

We can use this feature by visiting the website HERE.

For example, here I give a little tutorial on the use of the compact code feature.

Obfuscate is a key used to execute javascript code to be encrypted using the Compact Code feature. Actually there are many other features owned by this website, but here I will explain and give specific examples of the use of Compact Code features only.

The following is the form of javascript code before Obfuscating the javascript code.

Javacsript Code View Before Obfuscate Using

Once we press the Obfuscate button, then the resulting code will be more concise or be minified. Here are the results:

Obfuscate Results Display Using Compact Code

It can be seen that the results of obfuscate using the compact code feature become more concise. So we do not need to minify javascript again because the function of this feature is the same as minimizing the javascript results that we will encrypt later using other features available on this website.

If you want to see an explanation of other features, you can read the following article HERE.

Maybe that's all I can explain, if there's anything you don't understand or want to ask, you can comment below. Thank you for visiting.