Join Justin Putney for an in-depth discussion in this video Testing the application cache, part of HTML5 Projects: Creating an Advanced Responsive Presentation.
Let's take a quick look at how you can test the cache manifest and make sure it's working.…And when it's not working, let's see how to fix it or at least debug it and get…started fixing it. So, I'm in the chapter six folder of the…Exercise Files in 02 final. And I'm just going to open up the index…file in my web browser, which is Chrome in this case.…I'm just going to click to pause the video and I'll show you where we'll find…information about the app cache, the View, and down to Developer and we'll say…Developer's Tools. This is the area we get to when we…right-click and say Inspect Element. And just want to make sure I'm in the…resources tab. And then, if it's twirled up, and twirled…down and see if there's anything in the application cache.…
And right now, it appear to be totally empty.…So this isn't the case with all browsers but when you're testing in Chrome, if…you're running your files locally, they won't appear in the application cache.…So, I'm going to close this. And once again, as I mentioned in the…
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