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Ideally, I need to cache Ajax requests and if there have been changes to check and update the cache.
Here is an example on JS and PHP, how can I understand queries cached or not?

// js
 $.ajax ({
  Type: 'Post',
  URL: '/ AJAX / SEARCH_Objects /',
  Data: {
    Search_category: Categories, // Show the first 12 results
    Query: _this.val () // Search phrase
  Cache: True,
  Error: Function () {
// PHP.
  Header ("Content-Type: Application / JSON; Charset = UTF-8");
  Header ("Cache-Control: Public, Max-Age = 3600, Must-Revalidate");
  Header ('Pragma: Cache');
  Print JSON_ENCODE ($ suggestions);
/// In response comes the title
 Cache-Control: Public, Max-Age = 3600, Must-Revalidate
 Connection: Close.
 Content-Encoding: Gzip
 Content-Type: Application / JSon; Charset = UTF-8
 Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2015 18:41:15 GMT
 Pragma: Cache.

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iFModified (Default: False)
Type: Boolean.
ALLOW THE REQUEST TO BE SUCCESSFUL ONLY If The Response Has Changed Since The Last Request. This Is Done by Checking The Last-Modified Header. Default Value Is False, Ignoring The Header. In JQuery 1.4 This Technique Also Checks The ‘Etag’ Specified by The Server to Catch Unmodified Data.

cache (Default: True, False for Datatype ‘script’ and ‘jsonp’)
Type: Boolean.
If Set to False, It Will Force Requested Pages Not to Be Cached by The Browser. Note: Setting Cache to False Will Only Work Correctly with Head and Get Requests. It Works by Appending “_ = {timestamp}” To the Get Parameters. The Parameter Is Not Needed for Other Types of Requests, Except in Ie8 WHEN A POST IS MADE TO A URL THAT HAS ALREADY BEEN REQUESTED BY A GET.

You can still use a proxy (nginx or apache mod_proxy) and then cached answers to catch a 301-code

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