Clinton Gormley wrote:

> That is probably a very inefficient way of doing it. I would guess that
> nearly all of the JS that you use on your site is common ie 90% of what
> you use on the site would be needed on each page that uses JS.
>
> It would make much more sense to put all of that JS into a single file,
> minified, and with a long expiry date. And then include the few lines of
> custom JS in a separate request, or even inline in the page itself.


You obviously haven't built a JSON API yet Each request will be JS and will
be different.

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Michael Peters
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Plus Three, LP