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Server-Side Caching vs Client-Side Caching

Server-side caching and client-side caching are two strategies used to store data temporarily to improve the performance and efficiency of applications. Both serve the purpose of reducing load times and bandwidth usage but operate at different points in the data retrieval and rendering process.

Server-Side Caching

  • Definition: Server-side caching involves storing frequently accessed data on the server. When a client requests data, the server first checks its cache




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