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Why loading your Javascript libraries from a CDN is a bad idea!

Both for you and your site's users. With the advent of dual-key/partitioned caching in all modern browsers, the speed boost you might have used to get is no longer possible. CDN Javascript is now an anti-pattern and a security risk.

A good discussion and more technical info at Please stop using CDNs for External Javascript Libraries

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