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The Simplest and Most Powerful Archive File Format Ever Made

.asar is a simple .tar-like archive format with impressive features.

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When the file count is increasing, file management is a bit complex and time-consuming. Archive file formats are helping us to create a single file by merging multiple files and directories. Therefore, for users, they can make one file from a set…




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Shalitha Suranga

Shalitha Suranga

Programmer | Author of Neutralinojs | Technical Writer

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