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Compress JS and CSS files on Publish in Asp.net

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I have a need to compress the js which are included in my aspx pages along with css files.
I need to do this when I publish my site to a folder on the same machine.

Is there any tool or product to buy or free available ? Surly I need to safe my self from doing it manually
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This is a good place to start. Google's recommendations on minifying code - there are additional links there

https://developers.google.com/speed/docs/insights/MinifyResources

Then there is google's closure tool
https://developers.google.com/closure/

Minify that does both
http://www.minifycss.com/

Another google resource
https://code.google.com/p/minify/
Otherwise a simple search engine request for Minify css and JS or Compress css and js should get you going in the write direction
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