By Neo4j Staff Editor | July 18, 2013
Mark Needham shows us an example he made with Gzip to process a response from a server
I recently wrote a blog post describing how we created a streamed response and the next thing we wanted to do was gzip the response to shrink it’s size a bit. A bit of searching led to GZIPContentEncodingFilter popping up a lot of times but this is actually needed for a client processing a gripped response rather than helping us to gzip a response from the server. I noticed that there was a question about this on the mailing list from about a year ago although Michael pointed out that the repository has now moved and the example is available here instead. I adapted the example a bit and ended up with the following lifecycle plugin: Read the Full Article Here.