An offline.manifest allows single page documents to be stored in the browser whilst the device might be offline. This creates a “shopping list” for the browser to associate cached files together and is declared immediately after the doctype.
A typical use-case might be: when mobile data connectivity is patchy. The browser is able to render the page with all available assets from the cache. When connectivity is restored, it is able to get the latest, if there’s been any updated changes.
The problem I’m attempting to solve is to give users limited ability to create their own posts, like: page01.md whist serving the page with an offline.manifest. What I don’t know how to do is automatically add page01.md, page02.md to the manifest.