Web Caching, Part 2: Reduce the Download Time

In my second article in the Web caching series published by InformIT.com, I've focused on caching dynamically generated pages in the browser cache. The article explains the in-depth details of browser-side HTTP caching and the HTTP headers you have to process in server scripts to make your dynamic pages cacheable.

When properly implemented, this solution can drastically reduce the amount of information downloaded to visitor's browser, thus increasing the overall responsiveness of your web application.

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