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Inlining JavaScript

Inlining JS

The main benefit of inlining JavaScript code directly into your HTML document is faster page loading times. By avoiding the need for a separate HTTP request for the JavaScript file, your website's pages can load more quickly, resulting in a better user experience.

Additionally, inlining JavaScript can reduce the number of external files that need to be loaded, which can help reduce the number of network requests and improve website performance. Inlining JavaScript can also make it easier to manage dependencies and ensure that code is executed in the correct order.

However, it's important to weigh the benefits of inlining JavaScript against the potential downsides, such as increased HTML file size and reduced browser caching.

Updated on: 02/21/2023

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