Updated August 21, 2018
We (At Tumult) do have a library CDN on our todo list, but in the meantime I setup a quick CDN. There are no guarantees to this and this is not provided by Tumult. There are a number of free services that allow you to CDNify any repository’s files, so I did just that for the library repository which contains all the Hype runtimes. You would use either of these in your Advanced Export CDN Field:
uses JSdelivr |
https://gitcdn.xyz/repo/themorgantown/hypelibrary/master uses Gitcdn.
I won’t be taking my version down (more info below), but the above option is a bit more robust, and hosted by Stackpath.
This option below is fronted by Cloudflare with 30 day expires headers. The server is hosted by Nearly Free Speech.
You would use:
… in your Advanced Export CDN field.
NO GUARANTEES. Please turn on notifications for this thread if you use it in case I need to remove this in the future. Want to host your own? Here’s a repo to get started: https://github.com/themorgantown/hypelibrary
This server is Gzipped, HTTPS-friendly, and should be speedy. I do not have any logging enabled whatsoever besides what cloudflare provides (and Google Analytics on the landing page).
Response headers from August 30, 2017 12:45 PM PST: