Understanding Web Resource Caching: Server-sideby@nfrankel
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Understanding Web Resource Caching: Server-side

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While client-side caching works well, it has one central issue: to serve the resource locally, it must first have it in the cache. Thus, each client needs its cached resource. If the requested resource is intensive to compute, it doesn't scale. The idea behind server-side caching is to compute the resource once and serve it from the cache to all clients.

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