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Storing resource files in Style Library is a remnant from MOSS times when you couldn't store them in _catalogs/masterpage. I recommend storing them inside _catalogs/masterpage/yourfolder, so that you can have all custom resources (including also .master and page layouts) in same location for easy deployment and management.
Since you employee SharePoint and better user of SharePoint functionality, store them in SiteAssets library, try to avoid layouts folder, even u can keep caching bundling the files and if you engage MDS, SharePoint take care of many of things for the performance is considered I recommend to place it in site assets library. You can make use of default MDS, ...
The best place to store files isn't depended actually on where it is. In my opinion it is only important, that "Everyone" has reading permission to the library where u store the files. For me it's on the TopLevel Site (because everyone has reading permission on it). For your scripts you can add a library, to which everyone has reading access. For pictures I ...
No, There is no difference, recommended to store the scripts in Style library which may have a change in near future based on Application functionality. Other JS files which are static like Jquery refernce and all can be stored in layout folder as you are not going to modify it.
When performing a lookup on a metadata field associated with document, I always added a "Pause for Duration" action of 5 minutes at the start of the workflow. Reason being, uploading a document with metadata is a 2 step process. First, the document is uploaded. Second, the metadata is submitted after the document is uploaded. The problem is that the workflow ...
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