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Last seen on: Universal Crossword – Jul 22 2021

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The cache manifest in HTML5 is a software storage feature which provides the ability to access a web application even without a network connection. It became part of the W3C Recommendation on 28 October 2014.

As of May 2021, this technology is no longer widely available. It was removed from Firefox 85, and disabled by default in Chrome 85 (with complete removal planned for Chrome 93). Using any of the offline Web application features at this time is highly discouraged and use of service workers is recommended instead.

Web applications consist of web pages that need to be downloaded from a network. For this to happen there must be a network connection. However, there are many instances when users cannot connect to a network due to circumstances beyond their control. HTML5 provides the ability to access the web application even without a network connection using the cache manifest.

Web applications consist of resources identified by URLs. These can be HTML, CSS, JavaScript, images or any other source that is required for a web application to be rendered. Their addresses can be copied into a manifest file, which can be updated regularly by the author of the web application, indicating any new web addresses that are added or deleted. When connecting to a network for the first time, a web browser will read the HTML5 manifest file, download the resources given and store them locally. Then, in the absence of a network connection, the web browser will shift to the local copies instead and render the web application offline.

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