Page caching - Properties,Features - Caching pages and data

Q.  According to the given below statements, choose the correct option.

Statement 1: Application caching is the process of storing data (and not pages) in a cache object.
Statement 2: Page output caching stores a rendered page, portion of a page, or version of a page in memory.
Statement 3: Caching reduces the time required to render cached page in future requests.

- Published on 28 Jul 15

a. Only statement 1 is correct.
b. Statement 2 and 3 are correct.
c. Only statement 3 is correct.
d. All statements are correct.

ANSWER: All statements are correct.
 

    Discussion

  • Raj    -Posted on 23 Sep 15
    Caching is one of the best and often easiest ways to improve the performance of an application. Caching reduces the time required to render cached page in future requests.
    Application caching: It enables you to store arbitrary data in memory using key/value pairs. The data in the application cache is volatile. Application cache is managed by ASP.NET and it removes data when memory is low or data is invalidated.
    Page output caching: It caches an entire page. It provides you to cache the entire rendered contents of a page in memory. The next time that any user requests the same page, the page is retrieved from the cache.

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