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Chrome extension for faster web browsing.

How it works?

The extension is listening for all outcoming requests and substitute the requests for well-known and highly used javascript libraries, css files and fonts.

How can I use it?

Just install it.

If you are a web developer - you can now develop your stuff without internet connection to CDNs. The libraries from CDNs will be served locally from the extension.

What is included?

You can find the CDN and library usage research in this blog post.

CDNs covered:

Libraries covered:

  • jQuery
  • jQuery-migrate
  • angular core (1.0.1 - 1.2.14)
  • webfontloader
  • yandex metrika (watch.js)
  • google plus one (plusone.js)
  • twitter widgets (widgets.js, client.js)
  • swfobject
  • Bootstrap JS (2.3.2, 3.1.1)
  • Bootstrap CSS (2.3.2, 3.1.1)
  • Font Awesome (3.2.1, 4.0.0)
  • facebook (en_US/all.js)

Is it really making something faster?

Yes, it is. Try it, it's free.

Can I contribute?

For security reasons I do not accept pull requests with new libraries.

If you want to add some library, feel free to raise an issue.

If you want to modify the code or injection rules - make a pull request.

How can I build all the stuff?

Run make all to create a development build in /dist.

You can point Chrome to this directory to use the "unpacked extension"

To pack the extension in a zip use make all pack


Chrome extension for faster web browsing.




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