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#321 HTTP Caching pro Jan 30, 2012 | 15 minutes | Performance , Views , Caching With HTTP response headers you can the cache in the user's browser and proxies. Etags, Last-Modified, Cache-Control and Rack::Cache are all covered here Subscribe to Watch Episode Tweet Show Notes ASCIIcast 21 Comments Similar Episodes Next Episode > < Previous Episode Subscribe to RailsCasts Pro to access this episode and other pro and revised episodes. Only $9 per month. Learn more about RailsCasts Pro

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