Somehow, even though this is pretty neat, it just feels like a tool websites will abuse to dump tons of their website cache onto my device whenever I visit, you know "just in case" there is a service interruption.
I can hear the CEO conversation now....."hey, this is great, if someone comes to our site, we can cache every single article because why wouldn't people spend the next two hours reading everything we have! Pre-cache all the things!"
Tools like this need to be used carefully, and developers shouldn't make assumptions about what users will or won't do on their sites. I definitely don't want web workers pre-caching random other pages and content without knowing I have any intention of visiting those. At best, I just don't want my current open page to die. But that's about it.
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