RawGit serves raw files directly from GitHub with proper Content-Type headers.
Use this URL for dev/testing
For sharing low-traffic, temporary examples or demos with small numbers of people.
Excessive traffic may lead to throttling and blacklisting.
New changes you push to GitHub will be reflected within minutes.
If excessive traffic continues after throttling and blacklisting, RawGit may display an error message to users on your site to try to get your attention.
Use this URL in production
For use on production websites with any amount of traffic. Files are served via MaxCDN's super fast global CDN.
No traffic limits or throttling.
It's best to use a specific tag or commit hash in the URL (not a branch). Files are cached permanently after the first request.
The catch: this is a free service, so there are no uptime or support guarantees.