Create Your Own Personal CDN for Free in 3 Easy Steps
If you want ultra-fast load times for your website or landing page, a CDN is the only way to go. Setting one up for your personal files has never been easier or more affordable.
Before you pay for a CDN, consider this quick and easy (not to mention free) alternative. With just a few steps your personal CDN will be up and running, ready to quickly deliver any files you want.
1. Go to GitHub and create a new public repository. Call it “CDN”, or something similar.
2. Add files to the repo that you would like to serve.
3. Access your files using jsDelivr links, i.e. https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/username/repo/file.ext
After jsDelivr serves the file the first time it will be stored permanently on their servers, allowing for quick access.
*Tip: jsDelivr can minify files on-demand. Simply add .min before the extension—the first load might take a while but then the minified file will be stored on their servers.