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SharePoint 2010 uses a lot of JavaScript libraries to implement the very rich and responsive user experience. Many of these libraries are necessary to implement the ribbon and other editing controls. While the new script-on-demand (SOD) capability in SharePoint 2010 is supposed to suppress libraries that aren't needed on a specific page request, some still seem to get through.

Chris O'Brien has a fantastic approach to removing known libraries, by name, from the page request to make for an even smaller page weight in SharePoint 2010. Check out his post:

» Chris O'Brien: Eliminating large JavaScript files to optimize SharePoint 2010 internet sites

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