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The asset pipeline provides a framework to concatenate and minify or compress Java Script and CSS assets.It also adds the ability to write these assets in other languages and pre-processors such as Coffee Script, Sass and ERB.Supported languages include Sass for CSS, Coffee Script for Java Script, and ERB for both by default.Fingerprinting is a technique that makes the name of a file dependent on the contents of the file.The asset pipeline is implemented by the sprockets-rails gem, and is enabled by default.You can disable it while creating a new application by passing the The first feature of the pipeline is to concatenate assets, which can reduce the number of requests that a browser makes to render a web page.Web browsers are limited in the number of requests that they can make in parallel, so fewer requests can mean faster loading for your application.Sprockets concatenates all Java Script files into one master file.

The second feature of the asset pipeline is asset minification or compression.You must have an Exec JS supported runtime in order to use Coffee Script.If you are using mac OS or Windows, you have a Java Script runtime installed in your operating system.See Manifest Files and Directives for more details on require_tree.You can also opt to include controller specific stylesheets and Java Script files only in their respective controllers using the following: When using asset precompilation, you will need to ensure that your controller assets will be precompiled when loading them on a per page basis.

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