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Method to Prevent Caching Of JavaScript and CSS Files by ISP and At Browser End


Bharti Ludhwani , VESIT; Ramesh Solanki, VESIT; Neeraj Chawla, VESIT


ISP, Caching, PHP, Server Side Scripting


In modern times most of the application developed are web based. Development and maintenance process of these applications involves a lot of trials and errors at the frontend scripting side. Which is quite obvious, but many a times this development process is done on a client server environment. The problem that arises in this scenario is, most of the script files are cached by browser and Internet Service Provider (ISP). This is a feature provided by almost all browsers and many ISPs, to accelerate the load time of the pages and reduce the network load. However for developers this may turn out to be an irritating experience. As they keep on making changes to the scripts and sync with or upload it to the server. They are unable to see the changes because, of the caching of the script files by browser and ISP. Proposed system addresses this issue by applying a mechanism at the server side to break through this caching mechanism at both the level.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I40604
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2015
Page(s): 1012-1014

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