jsDelivr is a great way to include scripts and styles in your projects. It's a fast CDN for Github and npm modules and it allows you to customize each imported script (versions, ranges etc).
As I said above it's very fast (CDNPerf.com says it's the fastest CDN just after Google Cloud CDN, and only 67ms slower) and it has a great feature that I haven't found elsewhere: it allows you to include multiple scripts with just 1 HTTP request! This is great to prevent HTTP request waterfalls that greatly slow down a website loading. jsDelivr automatically concatenates all the script into a single one, invoked with a single HTTP request, to prevent too many requests and long waiting times.
Also, it has an incredible high uptime-time, tied with Google CDNs.
What do you dislike?
Not all modules are fully compatible with jsDelivr. This is not a problem with jsDelivr itself, but you might have to contact the module responsible in Github if there is any problem in including it on jsDeliver, so that they make the structure compatible with it. It happened to me once, and the problem was solved quite fast. Apart from that I haven't really had any problem in including jsDelivr into the projects, it's so easy and well documented.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Check CDNPerf.com, search on your favorite blogs about jsDelivr, get informed and you'll notice that it is a great product and service. I really recommend it, you won't be disappointed.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
jsDelivr greatly increased our website performance due to their one-call system. I have tried it on one website, and after noticing the difference, implemented on all the others.
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