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YepNopeJS.com - Conditional Loader for eCom Success

YepNopeJS.com - Conditional Loader for eCom Success
yepnope is an asynchronous conditional resource loader that's super-fast, and allows you to load only the scripts that your users need. There are only a handful of things to know about yepnope. There are only 5 functions available to you and there's only one that's really important. yepnope(resources ) The yepnope function is the core of yepnope.js (crazy, huh?). It takes a whole bunch of stuff, to try to make it easy on you.

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