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Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by rblue16, Aug 7, 2014.

  1. rblue16

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    We have a web app that requests tons of media and audio files. We are trying to improve the performance on the client-side, but we haven't been able yet.
    I have enabled mod_expires but it seems that the files aren't being cached by the browser because they are being requested through Ajax calls.
    Is there anything else we can do to improve performance?
     
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    Thank you, mod_expires is indeed working.

    Are you aware if it works under Ajax calls? It seems to work fine on regular http calls, but not under Ajax calls which is very strange.
     
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