Google Hosted Libs?
jacob.farber at gmail.com
Tue Dec 2 17:14:59 UTC 2008
Nothing's forever :)
..and they're not the speediest when it comes to keeping up to date with the
latest library versions. You have to poke and prod them a bit.
On Tue, Dec 2, 2008 at 12:02 PM, electBlake <electblake at gmail.com> wrote:
> Oh I see... so as an end user when browsing any site that uses the
> google libs you won't need to redownload... very nice.
> I love how they will host every release forever so that we can pick/
> choose specific versions on the fly w/out any serverside downloading.
> :) I look forward to fluid being on there!
> On 2-Dec-08, at 11:41 AM, Colin Clark wrote:
> > Blake,
> > On 2-Dec-08, at 11:33 AM, electBlake wrote:
> >> I know this isn't all that new, but I was just wondering what
> >> everyone
> >> thought about it.
> >> http://code.google.com/apis/ajaxlibs/
> >> I'm been thinking of trying it out, I've heard of some people
> >> experiencing some MAJOR load-time saves.
> >> Opinions?
> > I think it makes a lot of sense. Several other prominent online
> > companies, including Yahoo! and AOL, offer similar Content Delivery
> > Networks (CDNs) designed to speed up download time.
> > With such high-traffic hosting, the potential here is that your
> > instead of downloaded over and over again for each new domain that
> > serves up the same old library.
> > We're planning to deliver Fluid Infusion via Google's Ajax Libraries
> > API when we hit 1.0 in March.
> > Colin
> > ---
> > Colin Clark
> > Technical Lead, Fluid Project
> > Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
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