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Thats really great…!!!!! But I am eagerly waiting for AO v 2.0. I believe Santa will definitely bring it to me as a gift this Christmas…!!!! ;-P But untill then I would love to test its beta…!!!!
You can follow up on AO v2 progress via GitHub, actually. Now off course if you’re talking about the “power-ups” that I mentioned earlier, that’s another thing, but I’ll keep you posted on progress on those as well, off course 🙂
JS is coming, they’re going to use the brand new API-only whitelist feature for that 🙂
Ah, we’ve been waiting for that! AO just gets better and better. 🙂 AJ
AO just gets better and better.
That’s what I’m aiming for, as it would be a pity if it would get worse really 😉
Congrats, Franks.I will have another Duvel in AO homage tonight!
In the case of larger CSS, to prevent from Flash of Unstyled Content, this feature would be extremely useful. Possibly, would be great feature after a defined limit eg. 100 KB. What do you say?
Not entirely sure what you mean by “this feature” Gulshan? A large CSS-file should not cause FOUC, just a delay in content being rendered. To avoid that “inline&defer” is the best solution really …
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