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The next version of multicache V1.0.0.3 will be launched in Jun 15. This version will feature a stronger Javascript tweaker that will include quirks in scripts like jQuery libraries with an encoded script tag. Currently in development, this section will undergo a transformation with every release until V1.0.1 wherein a fiddle type tweaker will manifest allowing developers to adhoc slip and slide code between various load-sections of the webpage. 
source: techcrunch According to BuiltWith, of the top million websites using content management systems (or CMSes), three systems own more than 75 percent of the total market share:WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. (All of which are open source, by the way.) Many are likely most familiar with WordPress, which TechCrunch has covered quite a bit(and uses to power most its sites, for full disclosure). WordPress is the most popular CMS on the Web, running 62 percent of the top million websites that use a CMS, according to BuiltWith, with Joomla now ranking second at 10 percent and closing.
Source: techrepublic The newest release of the popular open-source CMS package Joomla is a more robust fit for enterprise content management than solutions like WordPress, concludes James Sanders.   Joomla! is a highly-extendable content management system (CMS) licensed under the GNU GPL written in PHP that readily scales from small websites to large projects. Joomla was designed with extensibility in mind -- a wide variety of extensions are available for the needs of the audience. Importantly, Joomla can be easily adapted to a wide variety of use cases, including as for a corporate intranet, as an e-commerce platform, or for web presence and information, as is the case for the Guggenheim Museum website, which runs on Joomla.
If it becomes necessary to ascertain with confidence the fact that a page being tested for load time has indeed been retrieved from cache, Multicache config has an option under advanced simulation called 'simulation parsing'. This option when set to urlquery will generate loadinstructions which are visible in the query url, this is also referred to as simulation id. In this mode, if we parse a query fragment called  ?cachehit=true Then a log is generated every time cache is queried but there was no response , thereby signifying a cache miss. So, all that requires to be done, is add the query fragment to the test url and ensure advanced simulation is set to 'urlquery'. The log can be then referred to in the category 'multicache_simulation_cachepageworkaround'

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  • Multicache V1.0.0.3 to feature a stronger tweaker -expected release in Jun 15
    Multicache V1.0.0.3 to feature a stronger tweaker -expected release in Jun 15

    The next version of multicache V1.0.0.3 will be launched in Jun 15. This version will feature a stronger Javascript tweaker that will include quirks in scripts like jQuery libraries with an encoded script tag.

    Currently in development, this section will undergo a transformation with every release until V1.0.1 wherein a fiddle type tweaker will manifest allowing developers to adhoc slip and slide code between various load-sections of the webpage. 

  • Knowing for certain that a page has been retrieved from cache
    Knowing for certain that a page has been retrieved from cache

    If it becomes necessary to ascertain with confidence the fact that a page being tested for load time has indeed been retrieved from cache,

    Multicache config has an option under advanced simulation called 'simulation parsing'. This option when set to urlquery will generate loadinstructions which are visible in the query url, this is also referred to as simulation id. In this mode, if we parse a query fragment called 

    ?cachehit=true

    Then a log is generated every time cache is queried but there was no response , thereby signifying a cache miss. So, all that requires to be done, is add the query fragment to the test url and ensure advanced simulation is set to 'urlquery'. The log can be then referred to in the category 'multicache_simulation_cachepageworkaround'