How to fallback when jQuery on CDN fail


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Google and Microsoft provide their own Ajax Content delivery network which deliver JavaScript libraries like jQuery, Knockout, Angular etc. for developers for free!

As a web developer you are more than happy to refer them on your web pages and take the full benefit of CDN. But what if they fail? You will simply look bad!

Fortunately there is a simple trick that let’s you fallback to your web server’s JavaScript files.

Check out this blog for details: Simple trick to silently fallback when CDN’s unreachable.

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