The Nanovisor doesn't learn; but the cloud service on our proxies use the Nanovisor as a means to collect information about what's happening in the browser, which allows the platform to learn: how to, for example, construct the elements for the HTML Streaming feature, or detect that an ad blocker is being employed, etc.
Articles in this section
- How do we apply SmartVision to PNGs, since PNG is a lossless format?
- Can Instart accelerate dynamic HTML?
- Does Instart Web Performance support WebP and JPEG XR?
- Does your service provide the ability to resize, crop, and filter images?
- What if I'm only using HTML Streaming and not RUM – do I need the entire Nanovisor library?
- How does the Nanovisor learn?
- How do you tell if the Nanovisor was sent with an HTML page?
- How can you tell if Image Transcoding is being applied to images by the Instart service?
- Are there size limits for image operations?
- Does Image Transcoding convert PNGs to JPG?