client-side cache vs server-side cache vs ajax vs asp.net callback

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by =?Utf-8?B?b25l?=, Mar 8, 2006.

  1. Hi,

    I just went into a debate with my colleague regarding these technologies. I
    think they are not the same:

    At a high-level...
    Client-side caching is to do with temporary internet file and the 'check for
    newer verions of stored pages' setting in Internet Explorer
    Server-side caching is to do with asp.net and IIS. It instructs how IIS
    should fetch pages (e.g. depend on parameters, by time)
    ajax, which I am still learning, is a combination of technologies e.g.
    dhtml, xml, javascript. It only do a 'http get', using javascript, of the
    relevant part of a page.
    callbacks also uses javascript but 'http post' the whole page, similar to
    the traditional "post back"?

    Could someone please verified...

    Thanks
    =?Utf-8?B?b25l?=, Mar 8, 2006
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  2. all ur assessments are pretty accurate. There are many different
    implementations of ajax though. AJAX.NET does what you describe, while
    MagicAjax and Atlas sorta sit between a pull page submit and a quick hit...

    Karl

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    "one" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hi,
    >
    > I just went into a debate with my colleague regarding these technologies.
    > I
    > think they are not the same:
    >
    > At a high-level...
    > Client-side caching is to do with temporary internet file and the 'check
    > for
    > newer verions of stored pages' setting in Internet Explorer
    > Server-side caching is to do with asp.net and IIS. It instructs how IIS
    > should fetch pages (e.g. depend on parameters, by time)
    > ajax, which I am still learning, is a combination of technologies e.g.
    > dhtml, xml, javascript. It only do a 'http get', using javascript, of the
    > relevant part of a page.
    > callbacks also uses javascript but 'http post' the whole page, similar to
    > the traditional "post back"?
    >
    > Could someone please verified...
    >
    > Thanks
    Karl Seguin [MVP], Mar 8, 2006
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