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Switch CDN provider from cdnjs to jsdelivr? #148

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markhealey opened this Issue Jan 2, 2014 · 6 comments

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markhealey commented Jan 2, 2014

It was suggested (via email) F2 javascript files get moved to jsdelivr from cdnjs for better overall support in addition to a bigger network footprint and higher uptime. In case you aren't aware, F2 introduced CDN support in September 2013.

I'd like to open the poll for voting on the issue. Looking at this uptime chart jsdelivr outperforms cdnjs.

Comment with cdnjs or jsdelivr to cast your vote.

Thanks.

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jimaek Jan 2, 2014

Hey guys, I am the owner of jsDelivr so naturally I vote for jsDelivr :)
But I would like to list a few interesting features that jsDelivr has:

Let me know if you have any questions or feedback.

jimaek commented Jan 2, 2014

Hey guys, I am the owner of jsDelivr so naturally I vote for jsDelivr :)
But I would like to list a few interesting features that jsDelivr has:

Let me know if you have any questions or feedback.

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but hasn't cdnjs been pretty slow at incorporating our releases? so I vote jsdelivr.

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brianbaker commented Jan 3, 2014

Correct me if I'm wrong, but hasn't cdnjs been pretty slow at incorporating our releases? so I vote jsdelivr.

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@brianbaker It wasn't that they were that slow, we were inadvertently omitting the "author" qualifier in the pull requests. Still it isn't happening within a day or two.

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markhealey commented Jan 3, 2014

@brianbaker It wasn't that they were that slow, we were inadvertently omitting the "author" qualifier in the pull requests. Still it isn't happening within a day or two.

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thomasdavis Jan 5, 2014

Hey guys,

speed of merging has definitely become a problem as we've grown. Our first step to tackle this problem has been to build an auto-pull-from-npm tool that runs every few hours.

https://github.com/cdnjs/cdnjs#enabling-npm-auto-update

If you don't get around to editing the package.json I will jump on it over the next few days.

thomasdavis commented Jan 5, 2014

Hey guys,

speed of merging has definitely become a problem as we've grown. Our first step to tackle this problem has been to build an auto-pull-from-npm tool that runs every few hours.

https://github.com/cdnjs/cdnjs#enabling-npm-auto-update

If you don't get around to editing the package.json I will jump on it over the next few days.

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cdnjs has been fast at deploying new versions since adding the [author] flag in the title of the pull request. Closing this out as I haven't seen enough reasons to switch.

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markhealey commented Apr 28, 2014

cdnjs has been fast at deploying new versions since adding the [author] flag in the title of the pull request. Closing this out as I haven't seen enough reasons to switch.

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ricardopolo Mar 7, 2016

And today CDNJs is faster than JSDelivr
http://www.cdnperf.com/

ricardopolo commented Mar 7, 2016

And today CDNJs is faster than JSDelivr
http://www.cdnperf.com/

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