Sunday, December 16, 2012

ASP.NET Page Output Cache

ASP.NET Caching is used to build high-performance, scalable ASP.NET web applications by storing responses in memory. On subsequent requests, the page code is not executed and the cached output is used to serve the request. In this article, we focus on ASP.NET Page Output Cache.

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