While Google hosts this list and Microsoft hosts this one there are several files missing such as jQuery UI CSS. Where can I find a complete listing of all the resources offered for major AJAX CDNs, especially Google and Microsoft (due to popularity)?

CDNs listings found so far (mostly thanks to artlung):

Google CDN Hosted jQuery UI Themes

Base, Black-Tie, Blitzer, Cupertino, Dark-Hive, Dot-Luv, Eggplant, Excite-Bike, Flick, Hot-Sneaks, Humanity, Le-Frog, Mint-Choc, Overcast, Pepper-Grinder, Redmond, Smoothness, South-Street, Start, Sunny, Swanky-Purse, Trontastic, UI-Darkness, UI-Lightness and Vader.


Just use CDN JS for all the hosting from one domain.


Specifically for jQuery UI there's a MAINFEST file at http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.8.1/MANIFEST which includes paths relative to that file for the jQuery UI files. The CSS file in your example actually does exist. I'm seeing CSS at:


Maybe I'm misunderstanding you though?

The Microsoft CDN is cool, but totally new to me.

Here's an interesting article on pros and cons of using JavaScript CDN.

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  • No I think you are understanding me perfectly - the manifest is pure gold. Also thank you for the article link. I'll leave the question hanging for a couple of days to see if someone has a more thoroughly collated site though. – Metalshark Jul 19 '10 at 15:57
  • Yeah, I like the question. I suspect that people will have to crawl the CDNs to get a full manifest. I suspect it will also change. You might update the question with other CDNs you want info for. I ran into this wondering if the AOL CDN for dojo had everything from dojo. – artlung Jul 19 '10 at 16:15
  • Good idea rolls up sleeves – Metalshark Jul 19 '10 at 16:19

This isn't a true list for both Google and Microsoft, but it lists the ones Google hosts: http://scriptsrc.net/ and provides nice JS for copying the needed HTML.

Google also hosts the CSS and associated images for jQuery UI at //ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.8.2/themes/blitzer/jquery-ui.css where blitzer is the theme name.

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