RawGit acts as a caching proxy. It forwards requests to GitHub, caches the responses, and relays them to your browser with an appropriate Content-Type header based on the extension of the file that was requested.
|Top Competitors||Websites||Market Share||Versus Page|
|Google Hosted Libraries||2,013||30.33%||RawGit vs. Google Hosted Libraries|
|Cloudflare||1,758||26.48%||RawGit vs. Cloudflare|
|jsDelivr||828||12.47%||RawGit vs. jsDelivr|
|Amazon CloudFront||582||8.77%||RawGit vs. Amazon CloudFront|
|Cloudflare CDN||508||7.65%||RawGit vs. Cloudflare CDN|
|CDNvideo||294||4.43%||RawGit vs. CDNvideo|
|Bitrix CDN||76||1.14%||RawGit vs. Bitrix CDN|
|Akamai||60||0.90%||RawGit vs. Akamai|
|Fastly||51||0.77%||RawGit vs. Fastly|
|G-CDN||43||0.65%||RawGit vs. G-CDN|
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