We are pleased to introduce our new feature: From now on, it is possible to cache POST requests in AKSELA.
So how is this useful?
Actually, this new feature comes handy for web sites using heavy API calls (which are the same almost every time).
Most of the sites on the internet are built to use a database for content fetching. So for example when you enter a web site, the latter requests the content from the database every time and displays the content to you.
But a better design turned out to be putting an API in the middle between a Web page and Database and letting the API service make the calls. This way, web page and/or mobile or 3rd party sites can fetch the requested content via API.
These requests may be repetitive and giving the same content most of the time.
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