Script Tag Helper in ASP.NET Core
- Provides several performance advantages vs hosting the asset with the web app.
- Should not be relied on as the only source for the asset. CDNs are not always available, therefore a reliable fallback should be used. Typically the fallback is the site hosting the web app.
The Script Tag Helper allows you to specify a CDN for the script file and a fallback when the CDN is not available. The Script Tag Helper provides the performance advantage of a CDN with the robustness of local hosting.
The following Razor markup shows a
script element with a fallback:
<script src="https://ajax.aspnetcdn.com/ajax/jquery/jquery-3.3.1.min.js" asp-fallback-src="~/lib/jquery/dist/jquery.min.js" asp-fallback-test="window.jQuery" crossorigin="anonymous" integrity="sha384-tsQFqpEReu7ZLhBV2VZlAu7zcOV+rXbYlF2cqB8txI/8aZajjp4Bqd+V6D5IgvKT"> </script>
Don't use the
Commonly used Script Tag Helper attributes
See Script Tag Helper for all the Script Tag Helper attributes, properties, and methods.
The script method defined in the primary script to use for the fallback test. For more information, see FallbackTestExpression.
The URL of a Script tag to fallback to in the case the primary one fails. For more information, see FallbackSrc.