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Francesco Boffa

I don't think I have registered a domain in the last 10 years that hasn't been linked to CloudFlare within the first 2 hours from registration.

The benefits you get from even the free version of CloudFlare are amazing. From day 0: - 30/80% of bandwidth savings thanks to their CDN - Origin IP address protection - Managed SSL

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Pros of cdnjs
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    Fast
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    Free
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    Easy Interface
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    Largest user base
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    Most number of libraries
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    Easy setup, great cdn
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    Free ssl
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    Easy setup
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    Security
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    Ssl
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    Great cdn
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    Optimizer
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    Simple
  • 44
    Great UI
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    Great js cdn
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    HTTP/2 Support
  • 12
    Apps
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    DNS Analytics
  • 12
    AutoMinify
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    Ipv6
  • 9
    Rocket Loader
  • 9
    Easy
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    IPv6 "One Click"
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    DNSSEC
  • 7
    Free GeoIP
  • 7
    Amazing performance
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    API
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    Cheapest SSL
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    Fantastic CDN service
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    Nice DNS
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    SSHFP
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    Free and reliable, Faster then anyone else
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    SPDY
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    Asynchronous resource loading
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    Easy Use
  • 4
    Performance
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    Global Load Balancing
  • 4
    Ubuntu
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    CDN
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    Support for SSHFP records
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    Registrar
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    Web3
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    HTTPS3/Quic
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    Its fast
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    Diverse POPs and support
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    Free
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    Many packages available
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    Load multiple files with single HTTP request
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    View pkg download statistics per week/month/year
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    Auto-minification by changing url extension to .min.js
  • 3
    Can add OSS packages I use
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    Worked in China
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    Easy setup, great cdn

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      What is cdnjs?

      Everyone loves the Google CDN? Even Microsoft runs their own CDN. The problem is, they only host the most popular libraries. We host it all - JavaScript, CSS, SWF, images, etc! Powered by CloudFlare.

      What is CloudFlare?

      Cloudflare speeds up and protects millions of websites, APIs, SaaS services, and other properties connected to the Internet.

      What is jsDelivr?

      jsDelivr is a free CDN for open source developers, with advanced features for javascript projects with access to NPM and Github It uses multiple CDN providers, resulting in the best possible uptime and performance.

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