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By mswatcher
via markusgreuel.net
Published: Apr 22 2013 / 11:10

In the last post, we tried to reduce the number of HTTP requests by combining and deferring them. That's a good idea, but wouldn't it be even better to not even make the requests? If a resource is required, it must of course be downloaded by the client. If you make use of the browser's cache however, you can prevent the client from downloading static resources again and again. This way a user browsing your website must only load your global javascript and css files once, and when he returns later, he doesn't have to download them at all.
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