PROPOSAL: add Infusion to cdnjs

Justin Obara obara.justin at gmail.com
Fri Jan 13 16:27:17 UTC 2017


+1

I also like to use jsfiddle for quick examples and etc. At the moment if I
need Infusion for this I’ll usually go and grab the url from the build
site, but using a CDN would be easier and more user friendly. It’ll also
make it easier for users who want to just try out infusion and don’t want
to use the NPM version.

Thanks
Justin


On January 13, 2017 at 10:55:46 AM, Harnum, Alan (aharnum at ocadu.ca) wrote:

Now that our NPM package is publishing a /dist directory with a number of
precompiled versions of Infusion, I would like to propose that we see about
adding Infusion to the https://cdnjs.com/ content distribution network that
provides free hosting of Javascript libraries and supporting assets. There
are details of how to contribute libraries to cdnjs at
https://github.com/cdnjs/cdnjs/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING-WIP.md and they
don't seem too difficult.

I am specifically interested in this because it will make it easier to use
https://jsfiddle.net/ and similar parts of the online code demonstration
ecosystem to write small examples of using Infusion for tutorials,
replicate bugs in an isolated, shareable way, and provide a familiar
CDN-available version of the library to prospective users of Infusion.

I am willing to spend some time exploring this if no one from the community
objects.

Alan

*ALAN HARNUM*
SENIOR INCLUSIVE DEVELOPER
INCLUSIVE DESIGN RESEARCH CENTRE, OCAD UNIVERSITY

*E *aharnum at ocadu.ca <//aharnum at ocadu.ca>

*OCAD UNIVERSITY*
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www.ocadu.ca <http://ocadu.ca/>


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