Forum: Ruby on Rails HTML5 Offline Cache Manifest file with asset pipeline in Rails 3.2 app?

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A008c4f7e8a54a22bdee6a29e4f6e54f?d=identicon&s=25 Edditoria Han (Guest)
on 2012-06-12 15:08
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I'm a newbie in programming.
The app I'd created is http://checkamy.herokuapp.com (Welcome any
comments)

It's very simiple: a few .coffee, .scss and images.
In what way I should do to make my app offline?

I read some HTML5 books and understand how-to. But I don't know how
to implement in Rails 3.1+.
"Rack-offline" seems outdated and I read this:

CACHE MANIFEST

javascripts/application.js
javascripts/jquery.js
images/masthead.png

NETWORK:
/

They are not application-xxxxxxxx.js

I guess the browser will download 2 different files: 1 online
app-xxxx.js
and 1 offline app.js. (waste server resources)

And the application.js is possible to be outdated, right?

So, what should I do to achieve the offline browsing feature?

Please help. Thanks in advance.
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