Note: introduced in
:response_cache plugin makes transparent use of HTTP conditional requests and caching strategies to improve performance and bandwidth usage (at the expense of some memory usage).
Essentially, when the plugin is enabled, responses which advertise some
last-modified property will be kept in a “cached responses” store, and subsequent requests to the same URI will be performed with conditional headers in the request (
if-modified-since…). If the response is cached (status code
304), the response returned to the user will contain the body from the cached response; if the response is not cached, the last response replaces the cached response in the store.
client = HTTPX.plugin(:response_cache) r1 = client.get("https://nghttp2.org/httpbin/cache") r2 = client.get("https://nghttp2.org/httpbin/cache") r1.status #=> 200 r2.status #=> 304 r1.body == r2.body #=> true # to wipe out the response cache client.clear_response_cache
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