Combining Javascript & CSS, a Better Way

Published on by Matthew Prince.

The conventional wisdom in web performance circles is that you want to combine multiple javascript and CSS files. The reason for this is that there is significant overhead every time you setup a new HTTP request. More requests, more wasted overhead. Why Minimize HTTP Requests? This problem is magnified on

App a Day #13 - CDNJS Selections for Legacy Browser Support

Published on by John Roberts.

CDNJS Selections CDNJS Selections is a few carefully selected scripts from the full CDNJS collection, which is now hosted on CloudFlare's global CDN. To demonstrate the utility of this open-source repository, today's CloudFlare App is CDNJS Selections, where a click installs the selected JavaScript libraries on

App a Day #11 - ExceptionHub for JavaScript Error Tracking

Published on by John Roberts.

Tracking Every Error The utility of JavaScript in modern websites increases daily. Whatever the web application, JavaScript is often the answer. But debugging can be a slog, and it's nearly impossible to capture the diversity of web browsers in the real world, no matter how comprehensive your test

News From CloudFlare Labs: Javascript Preloader Research

Published on by Matthew Prince.

Some of the techniques that CloudFlare uses to make sites faster and safer have generally been around and used by the Internet Giants for some time. In other places, CloudFlare is breaking new ground in offering state-of-the-art technologies to increase performance and security. We roll these technologies out to our