Chapter 23. Caching Application Pages and Data

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Overview of Caching

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Using Page Output Caching

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Using Partial Page Caching

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Using DataSource Caching

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Using Data Caching

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Using SQL Cache Dependencies

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Summary

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If someone put a gun to my head and told me that I had 5 minutes to improve the performance of a website, then I would immediately think of caching. By taking advantage of caching, you can dramatically improve the performance of your web applications.

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