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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of cacheable:

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  1. For example, GET is safe, idempotent, and cacheable.
  2. Cacheable means the response can be cached
  3. but not safe, and not cacheable.
  4. stateless, layered, and cacheable.
  5. Or is it cacheable? No.
  6. GET is safe, idempotent, cacheable, and zipable.
  7. Again, this is safe, idempotent, cacheable, and zipable.
  8. assets cacheable on the browser. And so, the idea here, just really quick is, if you put
  9. make that asset cacheable forever. So, sometimes people say, like CNN, only two out of 151
  10. percent of the assets on this page that are not cacheable have not been touched in seven
  11. make them cacheable, and now when the user comes in they might have to do an extra http
  12. cacheable. So Ajax requests are dynamic, and a lot of times we think--like our html documents,
  13. we almost never want to make cacheable because they're very dynamic. Okay, so Ajax responses
  14. are dynamic. Well, yes, so maybe we shouldn't make them cacheable. And a lot of times Ajax
  15. cacheable. I mean that's not a static image for example. But the scenario I always bring
  16. will change and now I'll make another request but I'll make it cacheable. So look at your
  17. Ajax request, you might be able to make those cacheable as well. So then really quick, I'm
  18. more fast applications with persistent storage and cacheable resources
  19. make landing page redirects cacheable,
  20. redirect cacheable.