A way for storing recent content or datum near to the end-users is called caching. It is one of the most advantageous technology which you could implement for your apps. The main purpose of caching data is increasing the speed.
Developers try different tools and techniques to increase optimization and speed. While caching is implemented, the shared data including images are downloaded and stored in users device which makes retrieval of data more faster.
In the network path caching is done at various levels including CDN and the local browser.
Reduces latency: As the loading time increase, the possibilities for abandoning a purchase increases. Caching reduces latency and increases digital experience.
Availability of content: the loading time increases due to many reasons like the network facing constant interruption or due to random outrages. In this context caching serves content to the end users.
Depresses network congestion: Huge amount of data is handled by internet daily, additionally, the internet has to manage the traffic. while caching there will be an immense decrease in network congestion.
While creating your app, appmaker lets you opt whether you want to enable caching for your app or not.
To enable caching for your application follow the given steps.