Do images stored in Exp take advantage of the Content Delivery Network (CDN)?

11-28-2023 11:19 AM
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Do images stored in Experience Builder take advantage of the Content Delivery Network (CDN)

I am working on an application with a fair number of logos.  They are all saved within the exb to maximize performance, December Nights Mobile Experience is getting thousands of hits per day. 

With a hosted Feature Layer I can set the CDN to up to an hour, in the documentation this should greatly increase performance of the layer.  

How to I adjust the Content Delivery Network (CDN) for the images stored within Experience Builder?  The images won't change, so I would like them to be cached for as long as possible.  

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@RyanBohan No, we do not use CDN.

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Hi @TonghuiMing,

With the embedded images in Experience Builder not taking advantage of the CDN.  What is the best way to configure Experiencer Builder for a high use application? 

We saw about 50,000 views per day at this applications peak, and some users reported they experienced a loading lag, we are trying to mitigate any loading issues, an optimize the application.

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