This is my cache settings:
But this only assets files got cached, I’m wondering if there is a way to cache the web page(HTML markup) it self ? For example caching the response for
https://example.com/foo/bar ( content-type: text/html; charset=utf-8)
Should I use cloudflare workers to manually implement such a feature…?
You can use Wirkers to achieve this, or use Page Rules.
Just be careful when caching HTML if your site is not static.
Hi @domjh , thanks for the link, that helps!
I have another question which is related to this topic,
I was reading this article
and I just thought it must going to use the worker’s KV to “save” and “get” the cache(via a cache key), but I can’t find any related code for saving and retrieving cache from the article, so, is worker going to cache by default when using the
fetch API… ?
Yes, normal behaviour as if it was passing through Cloudflare or following their
cache-control headers if not in your domain, with the usual caveats that it might be evicted at need.
In a Worker you have the Cache API, and KV. You can take advantage of both.
Thanks @matteo !
Do you mean if the origin server sent a response with a
Cache-Control header like:
fetch is going to cache that response for 100s ?
For a maximum of 100s, as I said before, the caveats apply. The headers are an upper limit.
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