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What is the best way to load external resources in order to speed up performance for your users?

Should one load for example jQuery from Google CDN through:

Or is it better download the file, store and serve it on our own server?

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One big advantage to using a CDN for commonly used files like jquery is that so many other webmasters do it, and therefore visitors already have it cached locally. This means they won't need to download it at all when arriving at your site. –  Tom Brossman Oct 15 '13 at 11:33
    
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I think its already answered in stackoverflow ,

check this for more information

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Thanks for your reply. Honestly thought this was more of a webmaster question than stack overflow! Thanks for pointing it out :) –  markcassar Oct 15 '13 at 9:58
    
before asking question on any forum just Google it in deeply. you will get something –  Jobin Jose Oct 15 '13 at 10:00

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