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django-mediacat is a small app with only one view, which lets you retrieve several media files from the server with only one HTTP request. Usually, designers and developers like to spread CSS and JavaScript files out into several files on the web server, and then request only the necessary files for each web page. Whilst this approach is more modular, and hence prevents the downloading of unnecessary files, the fragmentation also incurs a significant performance hit on the web server, as each part represents the overhead of a full HTTP request. What django-mediacat does is allow you to set up several 'aliases'; short names for media files on the web server. These can then be queried from one URL, and django-mediacat will concatenate all requested files into one, eliminating overhead.

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