Top 5 Free CDNs for Opensource Libraries

  • PageCDN

    Freemium Web Website

    PageCDN is a Private CDN with support for Public Content. With its mixed approach, it can solve many problems in the performance of the web that other CDNs simply cannot. PageCDN focuses on exceptional performance and ease of use.


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  • jsDelivr

    Free Web Website

    A free CDN for javascript and jquery plugins. A free super-fast CDN for developers and webmasters. Search for javascript libraries, jQuery plugins, fonts, CSS frameworks and anything else you might need. You can submit if something is missing.


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  • cdnjs

    Free Web Website

    Cdnjs is a free content delivery network for Javascript, CSS and images used in developer libraries across the web. Sponsored by Cloudflare on their 24 server network. Everyone loves the Google CDN right? Even Microsoft runs their own CDN.
    The problem is, they only host the most popular libraries.
    We host it all - JavaScript, CSS, SWF, images, etc!


  • Google Hosted Libraries

    Free Web Website

    The Google Libraries API is a content distribution network and loading architecture for the most popular, open-source JavaScript libraries. Using the google.load() method gives your application high speed and global access to a growing list of the most popular, open-source JavaScript libraries. You can also use <script> tags to include the libraries.


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  • Microsoft Ajax CDN

    Free Web Website

    The Microsoft Ajax Content Delivery Network (CDN) hosts popular third party JavaScript libraries such as jQuery and enables you to easily add them to your Web applications. For example, you can start using jQuery which is hosted on this CDN simply by adding a <script> tag to your page that points to By taking advantage of the CDN, you can significantly improve the performance of your Ajax applications. The contents of the CDN are cached on servers located around the world. In addition, the CDN enables browsers to reuse cached third party JavaScript files for web sites that are located in different domains.


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