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Why should you not use the CDN?

I looked through the questions on here and was surprised no one asked.

While I think everyone that has gotten this far in web development should know how to google I thought I would add in an answer I found and to open up any discussion on if they agree/disagree.


1 Answer

Kevin Korte
Kevin Korte
28,148 Points

I agree with the accepted answer, and I think using Google's CDN in this case has pros that outweigh the cons.

Thanks for the input Kevin. While Stackoverflow can be super helpful, sometimes it's not the most inviting place for beginners to ask questions or revisit things that (most likely) have been covered already.

Kevin Korte
Kevin Korte
28,148 Points

I agree, stackoverflow can be very intimidating. Truthfully, I've never asked a question there. I've been lucky enough to find others who asked similar questions.