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Feb 21st, 2018
Large Files - CDNs, Image Compression, Video Hosting, and Big Zips👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
Scott and Wes talk about working with images, videos and big zips. How do you host them? Do you need a CDN? What about compression?!
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