Speed up the delivery of dynamic content, which can’t be cached closer to end users. Satisfy expectations for a highly interactive web experience.
How Dynamic Content Acceleration Works
Below diagram shows how Dorabase's lean and scalable CDN architecture powers progressive web applications, single-page-applications and SaaS companies of any kind (e.g. online collaboration, prototyping).
Smart routing, load balancing and many other key features
Significantly reduces the number of round-trips between the end user and application server, accelerates response time and provides a LAN-like experience.
Optimizes the middle-mile for more efficient delivery of non-cacheable, changing content.
Improves application performance for the user, ensures a more efficient use of server resources, decreases the load of server database assets, eliminates protocol overhead.
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CDN for dynamic content frequently asked questions (FAQs)
What is dynamic content?
Dynamic content is content that changes based on factors specific to the user such as time of visit, location, and device. A dynamic webpage will not look the same for everybody, and it can change as users interact with it. This makes webpages more personalized and more interactive.
What kind of web sites have dynamic content?
All websites that get frequent updates actually have dynamic content. In particular, browser-based web applications, metasearch engines, social media platforms, news sites, user-generated content sites depend on dynamic content.
How do you deal with dynamic content as a CDN?
Dynamic content is generated by scripts that change the content on a page. By running scripts in a CDN cache instead of in a distant origin server, dynamic content can be generated and delivered from a cache. Dynamic content is thus essentially cached and does not have to be served all the way from the origin, reducing the response time to client requests and speeding up dynamic webpages.