Consideration for CDN for Dependencies

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Sat Aug 18, 2012 9:29 pm

With changes happening in HTML5/CSS3 compatibility and best known practices --- it might be worth GardenGnomeSoftware offering CDN (Content Distribution Network) for support javascript files so that updates can be made to improve compatibility and all of our tours would benefit (if we choose to use CDN).

For those who don't know what I'm talking about -- any javascript files that we use could be linked against a URL on gardengnomesoftware.com (or Google Code CDN if Thomas chooses to open source the JS part). If improvements or bugfixes are made, our tours immediately benefit.

I'm most interested in this idea due to the differents between iOS and Android's webkit rendering for HTML5/CSS3.
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Chris Hickman
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