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What about the libraries used by those modules !?
How do I know if some of the libraries i have on my website are outdated and need to be updated ?!
To name a few, libraries for:
- Business Rules.
- Font Awesome.
Note: I am asking about the libraires used locally and not via CDN.
I am aware of the "one question" policy to simplify the questions asked, but since my other question is related to the first one so:
I don't like to use the CDN version of any library because when switch to the development website on my offline localhost, the CDN won't work and I must anyway to download the Libraires locally on my machine.
So my second question is:
What is the best in term of performance, using the CDN version or the Local version of libraries ?
Maybe, not sure, for development website running on localhost we could use the local version of libraries and add those folders/files to the .gitignore file so they will be not added to the Git repo