HTTP Cache Headers

HTTP caching can speed up web applications. It’s standardized and well implemented in all modern browsers and results in a lower latency app and improved responsiveness.

HTTP caching occurs when an item is fully cached for faster retrieval the next time the resource is required. The browser may choose to not contact the server at all and simply use its own local copies of web resources. There are many cache headers such as “Cache-Control”, “Expires”, “Last-Modified” and “ETag”.

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