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Caching (Cache Data)

Definition

It refers to the re-utilization for storage of Web files that can be promptly obtained by the end-user.

Information

Caching can occur at several spots, including proxies (such as the ISP of the user) and the individual’s local device. The aim is to effectively utilize supplies and enhance the transmission of data to the end-user.

Though caching can be beneficial for an individual’s experience, it can also adversely affect the site publishers. It can result in the reduction of page views and ad impressions. Several sites, in response, execute numerous cache-busting techniques to enhance the measurement of overall performance data.

 

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