WiseLoop PHP Javascript Obfuscator 4.0.0
Anti-Theft Protection for JavaScript Source Code
The Configuration Preset

A configuration preset represents a set of obfuscation settings grouped together under a single name.
A preset offers more friendly usage when using script tags to include JavaScript files in the HTML pages through the obfuscator.

So, instead of:

<script src="jso.php?rjs=repository-name/my-js-code.js&doDecoy=true&doMinify=true&doLockDomain=true&doScrambleVars=true&encryptionLevel=2&expirationDate=2090-12-12" type="text/javascript"></script>

You can have:

<script src="jso.php?rjs=repository-name/my-js-code.js&cfg=my-configuration" type="text/javascript"></script>

Each of the samples above will lead to the same result if you make sure you have a configuration preset named "my-configuration".

How to create a configuration preset

Just create a new .php (ex. my-configuration.php) file under the /php-javascript-obfuscator/config directory and make it look like this:

    $config = new wlJSOConfig();
    $config->DO_DECOY = true;
    $config->DO_MINIFY = true;
    $config->DO_LOCK_DOMAIN = true;
    $config->DO_SCRAMBLE_VARS = true;
    $config->ENCRYPTION_LEVEL = 1;
    $config->SHOW_JS_LOCK_ALERTS = false;
    $config->CACHE_LEVEL = 2;
    $config->EXPIRATION_DATE = null;
    $config->SHOW_WISELOOP_SIGNATURE = true;
    return $config;

Edit the file and tune the configuration settings according to your needs.

To include an obfuscated JavaScript file with those configuration preset settings, use the following snippet:

<script src="jso.php?rjs=my-app-repository/my-js-code.js&cfg=my-configuration" type="text/javascript"></script>

Each settings is quite self-explanatory but please refer to Protection Techniques and Features to find out more about each setting included in the configuration preset.
Also, you may refer to wlJSOConfig class to have a very closer look to each setting.

When specifying the configuration preset name inside the script tag, you must skip the .php extension
The preset file must reside inside the /php-javascript-obfuscator/config directory.

For your convenience, a few configuration presets exists already and they are ready to be used: default, minify, decent, hard, paranoid.
They should be enough for a large usage scenarios and you can just use them directly, or you can copy-rename-modify and use them as templates to create your own presets - just make sure the given pattern is followed.


<script src="jso.php?rjs=my-app-repository/my-js-code.js&cfg=minify" type="text/javascript"></script>

The example above will use the "minify" configuration preset and will do only minification on the "my-js-code.js" as all the other settings are tuned off (without encryption, no variable scrambling etc.).

If no configuration preset is specified when including JavaScript files, the default one is used by default. So, this:

<script src="jso.php?rjs=my-app-repository/my-js-code.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

is equivalent with this:

<script src="jso.php?rjs=my-app-repository/my-js-code.js&cfg=default" type="text/javascript"></script>
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