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Speed up your remote requests by automatically caching them on client.

  • Responses are saved to local persistence and then served from there on subsequent requests.
  • Basically, the module uses its own extended Http replacement service to save the response to every request into the browser’s local persistence.
  • So for every request, the service will first look for a matching response in its local persistence; if it exists, it will emit that response first.
  • Regardless of the previous step, the service will perform the HTTP request and will emit updated data if necessary.
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