28 Jan '14, 10pm

#247 Offline Apps Part 1 - RailsCasts:

Note that there is a hash at the top of the manifest file. Rack-offline uses this to identify specific revisions of the cache manifest. While our application is in development mode this hash will change every time we reload the page. In production mode, however, this hash only changes when one of the files listed in the manifest changes. When the hash changes this instructs the browser that the cache manifest has changed and that the files it lists need to be downloaded again. This will happen with every request in development mode but in production it will only happen when one of the files changes.

Full article: http://railscasts.com/episodes/247-offline-apps-part-1?vi...

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