Just because you can, should you use the Office 365 CDN

Just because you can, should you use the Office 365 CDN

Office 365 CDN is a compelling option for hosting your static assets, but how good is it actually?
Inconvenient Office 365 CDN and the SharePoint Framework

Inconvenient Office 365 CDN and the SharePoint Framework

Office 365 CDN can help you improve performance of SharePoint Framework solutions. But if you configure it incorrectly, your solutions won't work at all.
Manage the Office 365 CDN using the Office 365 CLI

Manage the Office 365 CDN using the Office 365 CLI

Using the Office 365 CDN, you can optimize serving static assets to your users. While this capability is disabled by default, you can easily enable and manage it using the Office 365 CLI.
You don't need a CDN

You don't need a CDN

Many articles about building SharePoint Framework solutions mention uploading your files to a CDN. But are you sure you actually need one? What is a CDN Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a system, that uses servers distributed around the globe to deliver files to users. By automatically choosing the server
Can users download your SharePoint Framework scripts as quickly as possible?

Can users download your SharePoint Framework scripts as quickly as possible?

Serving your scripts as quickly as possible is necessary to get great performance of your SharePoint Framework customizations. So how good is your setup? In the past, the majority of the code of your customizations ran on a server. To improve the performance of your solution, you would use a