Programmatically invalidating cached pages
This specification also defines the Implementors need to be aware that this specification is not stable.
However, aspects of this specification are shipping in at least one browser (see links to implementation status at the top of this document).
To enable database caching, click If your site is configured to use output caching, custom widgets are cached with the entire page.
You set cache expiration using the caching profiles, described above.
directory, defines everything about your application that a server needs to know (except the root context path, which is automatically assigned for you in JDeveloper, or assigned by the system administrator when the application is deployed). When you use ADF Faces components in a project (that is, a component tag is used on a page rather than just importing the library), in addition to default JSF configuration elements, JDeveloper also automatically adds the following to the tree with each token.
(Note that this does not affect thread safety or session failover.) This is a major optimization for AJAX-intensive systems, as postbacks can be processed far more rapidly without the need to reinstantiate the are still available for the purpose of backward compatibility, themes are provided as a replacement style.
Vendors interested in implementing this specification before it eventually reaches the Candidate Recommendation phase should subscribe to the repository on Git Hub and take part in the discussions. This is a draft document and may be updated, replaced or obsoleted by other documents at any time.This specification defines a JSON-based manifest file that provides developers with a centralized place to put metadata associated with a web application.This metadata includes, but is not limited to, the web application's name, links to icons, as well as the preferred URL to open when a user launches the web application.Purging the entire cache means all resources in Cloudflare's cache are immediately invalidated and the subsequent request for each invalidated resource will go back to your origin server(s) in an attempt to revalidate the resource.If the resource can't be revalidated, the resource in Cloudflare's cache will be replaced with the newer version of the resource from your origin.
For example, say your application is a web-based email application that resides in covers most of your page in the IFrame, and exposes only a button on your page that deletes all email for the account.