HTTP - if-none-match Header


if-none-match is one of the conditional request header that permits to verify the freshness of the cache in a condition get request.

As specified in a conditional get request, when a server gets a request with a if-none-match header and the Etag (digest) is the same for the resource requested, it should it return a 304 response.

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