Include it, then just call:
You can also use it to load jQuery-dependent module in parallel, it will be queue and run after jQuery is loaded:
If you use a defer inline script, you have to manually call boot() function :
jQuery will be loaded without blocking browser rendering, and during this all inline calls to $(document).ready() and $.getScript() will be queued.
As soon as jQuery is ready, all queued inline calls will be run respecting their initial order.
At the moment, inline call executions are not waiting jQuery-dependent modules, but only jQuery core.
However, when jQuery is loaded, jQuery-dependent modules already loaded are run before inline scripts. But if some modules are longer to load and arrive after jQuery, they will be run after queued inline calls.
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