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Introduction to caching
One of the really cool features of ASP.NET is the caching. With other technologies, caching usually requires some extra software or at least complicated code, but with ASP.NET 2.0, it's easier than ever before. You can use two different kinds of caching - output caching and standard caching. The first one is the easiest, so let's start with that. In the following chapters we will use various forms of the OutputCache directive, as well as the ASP.NET Cache object. Read on.