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How to use a CDN to access your npm module

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In my last post I wrote about how to publish your article to a public registry like npm (node package manager). Once you have added your code to the registry your code automatically becomes available via a Content Delivery Network (CDN). Here we look at a couple of CDN's and how to utilise them in your code or build pipeline.


Publishing your javascript module to npm

Submitted by daniel on
To facilitate you and others using your code, one option is to publish it to a public package manager or registry. One of the most popular for javascript code is the npm registry, a public collection of packages of open-source code for Node.js, front-end web apps, mobile apps, robots, routers, and countless other needs of the JavaScript community.

Seismic Change

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Seismic Change / We Mean This

  • Implemented custom ticker tape type jQuery plugin to be used on Seismic Change Home Page for enabling dynamic text.
  • Assisted with other changes including re-implementing Squarespace video hero with support for custom configuration including enabling the do not track feature on initial load.
  • Helped to implement EU cookie and GDPR compliance.

Seismic Change / We Mean This

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