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Default to https:// for Launch Embed for Akamai Type Adaptors

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14-07-2018

Is there any reason why the default embed code for Akamai type Adaptor (Hosted by Adobe) still uses a protocol relative URL?

I can think of none.

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16-07-2018

  1. Loading a secure script is necessarily slower due to the cost of the TLS handshake.
  2. "https://" is more bytes than "//"

Admittedly weak reasons...

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31-08-2018

One of the problems with having "//" is if you are testing locally... localhost stuff messes it up and you have to remember to change it to https.