Static content

In webpages, the term static content usually refers to image files (.jpg, .png, .gif, and .swf), style sheet files (.css), and JavaScript files (.js) that do not frequently change. You can deploy static content to multiple web servers, also known as edge servers, to improve the responsiveness of your production system.

When your application is used in production, the user interface elements of your application are similarly considered static, even though they might differ from ruleset version to ruleset version. For example, a JavaScript routine that is saved in a text file rule is the same for all users who share the access group Alpha (and so have the same ruleset list). However, users who share a different access group that is named Beta might run a different version of the JavaScript function, from a different version text file rule, even if both the Alpha and Beta users are associated with a single application rule.