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Re: Upload js files to S3 with wrong content-type

WinSCP uses whatever you have configured in Windows for those file types.
Either fix your Windows settings or configure a type override in WinSCP:

Upload js files to S3 with wrong content-type

When uploading .js files to Amazon S3 storage, the Content-Type is set to binary/octet-stream instead of application/javascript.
When viewing these js files the browser downloads the files instead of viewing the files.