Subresource Integrity (SRI) Support

Localize supports SRI via versioned libraries

Subresource Integrity (SRI) is a security feature that allows a browser to verify that a file downloaded from a CDN has been delivered without being modified.

Localize provides support for SRI by providing versioned releases of the Localize library for each new version that we release.

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Stay Up-to-Date!!!

NOTE: Using this method to support SRI will prevent you from automatically receiving bug & security fixes, along with any new features added to the library.

To stay up-to-date with the most recent changes, you should frequently check for new releases.

Using SRI with Localize

Essentially, to use SRI with Localize you will need to load one of our versioned libraries in your website along with a unique hash.

We track all library releases in this Github repository: github.com/Localize/Localize-Javascript-SDK-Releases

On this Github page you'll be able to track all new releases. See the instructions on this page for more usage details. You will find the unique hash in the release notes for each new version of the library.


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