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"cached content is no longer shared between domains [....]

This means the primary benefit of shared public CDNs is no longer relevant for any modern browsers. [...]

It's best to avoid them wherever possible, primarily by self-hosting your content with a caching reverse-proxy in front, to cheaply and easily build high-performance web applications."

Public CDNs Are Useless and Dangerous - httptoolkit.tech/blog/public-c, written by @pimterry

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I recently ran into this because I've started putting little Vue.JS exercises on my personal website. I didn't want to completely redo my build process by dragging Node.JS into it, so I added a line to my makefile that would curl the latest production version of Vue into my site's js/ directory, so that I can self-host it.

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