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benefits of loading js at the bottom as opposed to the top of the document


benefits of loading js at the bottom as opposed to the top of the document  using -'javascript,jquery,html,html5'

What are the real benefits (if any) to loading your JS at the bottom of the document, as opposed to the top.  It seems there is a brief delay in page loading and JS dependent functionality.  

I am using html5boilerplate for beginning all my templates, but am not really sure on how beneficial loading the JS at the bottom is.

Does it really make all that much of a difference, and if so, why?
    
asked Oct 13, 2015 by ajit.chavhan
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