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Server Side Method for Handling Client Side State Change

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Publication Date: 2011-Apr-28
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Abstract

Client web application makes a single request to a server in order to track changes that might have happened since the user navigated away. This enables the user to use the browser back button and not be affected by cached data.

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Server Side Method for Handling Client Side State Change

Caedman Oakley    

Symantec Corporation

Abstract

Client web application makes a single request to a server in order to track changes that might have happened since the user navigated away. This enables the user to use the browser back button and not be affected by cached data.

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Server Side Method for Handling Client Side State Change

Problem Statement

Using the browser back button renders stale cached data,...