A few weeks ago, we implemented page caching on the campaign landing pages, because that is the first page one sees when they click on a badge in the wild, and so I wanted to make sure there was no delay in delivering that content to the user.
The only bump in the road in implementing Cacheable Flash was that it relies on Prototype. We don’t use Prototype on Pledgie, instead we prefer jQuery.
So I forked Cacheable Flash on GitHub and ported it from Prototype to jQuery. For anyone that wants to use Cacheable Flash with jQuery, wait no longer, clone this repo:
… and enjoy!