29 May '17, 7pm

The secret sauce of @thredded's amazing performance, now for any Rails app:

This lets you load application JavaScript asynchronously from <head> . Compatible with Turbolink v2, v5.0, v5.1, jquery-turbolinks, and no Turbolinks. Compatible with all browsers and IE9+ (only IE10+ will actually benefit from this though).

Full article: https://gist.github.com/glebm/2496daf445877055447a6fac465...

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