Difference Between Html 5 Application Cache And Regular Html Browser
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- March 12, 2019 at 10:24 am #54615
One of the key highlights of HTML 5 is “Application Cache” that enables us to make an offline version of a web application.
As such, application cache can prefetch pages that have not been visited at all and are consequently inaccessible in the standard browser cache.
This is achieved with the help of a manifest file defined as follows:
1) CACHE MANIFEST
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