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Avoiding number of files downloaded by ckeditor

Posted on 2016-10-02
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Hi,
I am using ckeditor and its currently downloading lots of file.
Especially the file ckeditor.js is downloading 4 another files... I am thinking of some way to bundle the other files inside ckeditor using webpack or something...
Please suggest how can i do it and bundle all the files inside ckeditor.js itself.
Here is the screen shot of Net panel in chrome developer tools which shows the files being downloaded
Screen-Shot-2016-10-02-at-5.00.04-PM.pngI want to avoid the downlosing of editor.css, config.js, ..and other files in pink and instead bundle them inside ckedior.js itself.


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Question by:Rohit Bajaj
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I feel your pain, but I think you're stuck with this unless you edit CKEditor's core files.  I have not seen an option to consolidate the files, and they are called separately in order to support plugins, skins, etc.  

You could always make a custom build that does this.  Just keep a patch file handy to know what you changed.  Then you should be able to reproduce your patch in future versions.
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