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Power Pages Fundamentals #6: Server-Side Caching in Power Pages: Quick Read Series

Power Pages Fundamentals #6: Server-Side Caching in Power Pages: Quick Read Series
Power Pages websites use server-side caching to improve the website’s scalability and performance. This caching occurs on the application server and stores data retrieved from Microsoft Dataverse. It’s distinct from browser-based caching or content delivery network (CDN) caching, which focus on static resources. Automatic Caching All configuration table data is identical for all users and …

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