I need some help understanding caching and autocomplete.
When the docs talk about caching, it's mostly to do with the remote /
http request stuff, right? What I don't get is how long the cache
lives for.. a session, or a page view?
Let me put it a different way, and this shows my ignorance of
was going to use the http request method, but now that I look at it,
that whole DB is only about 65k.
Is there anything in autocomplete that would let me to create a big
old array and benefit from the same kind of brower caching that caches
css files? Like, can I have a file which just sets up the array, and
is referenced from autocomplete many times over a users session - but
because it's the same file, the data is pulled from a users local cache?
Am I making sense.. Sorry, this is perhaps more of a noob js question
than a YUI one ;-)?