Thursday, January 3, 2008

Dynamic Content Caching Recipe

hello everyone,

Pragmatic Programmers just released an updated beta version of Advanced Rails Recipes which contains another recipe that I contributed, this one about dynamic content caching. I've built a few sites that had a lot of static content, with only bit of dynamic content on each page (usually a signout button, or an admin link). In these cases, I was able to use page caching with a little bit of Javascript that looks for a cookie in the client browser and alters the page accordingly. The book is shaping up great and I'm learning a lot by reading other recipes, so definitely check it out!

1 comment:

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