HTTP - Cache Store

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A cache store is an http cache component that caches the http response if the cache control header permits it.


There is two type of cache:


The cache key is the identifier used to retrieve the resource in the cache store.

This is a grey area as browser/proxy may implements different logic but the following value are for sure part of the cache key:


The resource url was used as URL value but due to security concern, the URL key value used tends to be:

Note: When the resource requested is from the top-level -frame:

  • the top-level site
  • the current-frame site

are the same.

For example, a user navigate to

the url cache key value consists then of:

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