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    What method is this website using ?


    Here:
    https://popcorntime.io/

    Notice the quick switch between different links on the top? (TOS/FAQ).
    The moment you click the link, the page shows up without delay (as if it were preloaded which I'm pretty sure it is)

    Can someone here tell me what is being used here to do that?
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    I think a Moderator or admin would best answer your question.
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    There's nothing special about it - the pages simply load quickly. However they are cached by the browser so if you hit it once then the next time will seem more-or-less instant.
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    Navigation isn't fast after the pages are cached. It's nearly instant without the cache aswell.
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    Then... you have a good internet connection?

    By the way, what browser are you using?
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    It uses nginx web server.
    here is some content on nginx from web
    Nginx

    Nginx works differently than Apache, mainly with regard to how it handles threads.

    Nginx does not create new processes for each web request, instead the administrator configures how many worker processes to create for the main Nginx process. (One rule of thumb is to have one worker process for each CPU.) Each of these processes is single-threaded. Each worker can handle thousands of concurrent connections. It does this asynchronously with one thread, rather than using multi-threaded programming.

    The Nginx also spins off cache loader and cache manager processes to read data from disk and load it into the cache and expire it from the cache when directed.

    Nginx is composed of modules that are included at compile time. That means the user downloads the source code and selects which modules to compile. There are modules for connection to back end application servers, load balancing, proxy server, and others. There is no module for PHP, as Nginx can compile PHP code itself.


    I hope this helps. Cheers!
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    Link give by you is not opening.


    There is some problem in url given by you. Its not working.
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    Originally Posted by mansukhvaikdu
    There is some problem in url given by you. Its not working.
    The domain was seized by the MPAA.

    Really.

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