March 14th, 2014 | By Jscrambler | 2 min read
Self-defending feature: Jscrambler solutions
Self-defending does not make other protection techniques, like obfuscation, obsolete. Instead, they must be finely combined, deeply understanding the application’s execution environment.
JScrambler 3.5 also introduces another feature, which enables developers to drive JScrambler transformations on particular source code blocks.
With simple annotations, it is now possible to disable or switch between protection templates on specific source code loops or flows. Explore our Help Center to learn more about how to ignore code blocks. The disable directive allows you to disable a transformation in a specific statement or block.
How easy is it to get your application protected today?
There are a few well-known tools like Google Closure, YUI Compressor, or UglifyJS Minify whose results are often confused with protection, although they do not pretend to protect your application’s source code but improve page loads and execution costs.
You can try Jscrambler and experience what protection really is.
Your projects can be managed from the Web Interface or the Web API, which can be easily integrated into your deployment script.
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