Extending ASP.NET Core Response Compression With Support for Brotli

The amount of transferred data matters. On one hand, it often contributes to the cost of running a service and on the other, a lot of clients doesn’t have as fast of connections as we would like to believe. This is why response compression is one of key performance mechanisms in the web world.
There is a number of compression schemas (more or less popular) out there, so clients advertise the supported ones with Accept-Encoding header.

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