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Welcome back to "This Week in HTML 5," where I'll try to summarize the major activity in the ongoing standards process in the WHATWG and W3C HTML Working Group. The big news this week is offline caching . This has been in HTML 5 for a while, but this week Ian Hickson caught up with his email and integrated all outstanding feedback. He summarizes the changes : Made the online whitelist be prefix-based instead of exact match. [ r2337 ] Removed opportunistic caching, leaving only the fallback behavior part. [ r2338 ] Made fallback URLs be prefix-based instead of only path-prefix based (we no longer ignore the query component). [ r2343 ] Made application caches scoped to their browsing context, and allowed iframes to start new scopes.
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