decodelabs/stash

PSR6 / PSR16 cache handler

v0.3.0 2023-11-14 08:44 UTC

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Cache storage system

Stash provides a PSR6 / PSR16 compatible cache system for PHP.

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Installation

composer require decodelabs/stash

Usage

Store and access data in a standardised volatile cache either via the PSR6 or PSR16 interface mechanisms. Caches are namespaced to allow for clean separation of data between usage domains.

use DecodeLabs\Stash;

$myCache = Stash::get('MyCache');

if(!$cache->has('myValue')) {
    $cache->set('myValue', [1, 2, 3]);
}

$total = 0;

foreach($cache->get('myValue', []) as $number) {
    $total += $number;
}

$cache->delete('myValue');

Fetch

Use the fetch method to ensure a cache value is in place in one call:

$myValue = $myCache->fetch('myValue', function() {
    return [1, 2, 3]; // Only called if key not found in cache
});

Array Access

Array access methods provide quick offset access to cache data:

if(!isset($myCache['myValue'])) {
    $myCache['myValue'] = 'Hello world';
}

echo $myCache['myValue'];
unset($MyCache['myValue']);

Object access

Object access works the same way as ArrayAccess, but with the PSR6 Cache Item object as the return:

$item = $myCache->myValue;

if(!$item->isHit()) {
    $item->set('Hello world');
}

echo $item->get();
$item->delete();

Drivers

The following drivers are available out of the box:

  • Memcache
  • Redis
  • Predis (native PHP redis client)
  • APCu
  • File (serialized data)
  • PhpFile (var_export data)
  • PhpArray (in memory)
  • Blackhole (nothing stored)

However, Stash uses Archetype to load driver classes so additional drivers may be provided by implementing your own Resolver.

By default, Stash will use the best-fit driver for your environment, starting with Memcache, through Redis and APCu, and falling back on the File store.

Configuration

All drivers have default configuration to allow them to work out of the box, however Stash provides the ability to implement your own configuration loader so that you can control drivers and settings on a per-namespace basis

Implement the following interface however your system requires; all nullable methods can just return null to use default configuration:

interface Config
{
    public function getDriverFor(string $namespace): ?string;
    public function isDriverEnabled(string $driver): bool;
    public function getAllDrivers(): array;
    public function getDriverSettings(string $driver): ?array;

    public function getPileUpPolicy(string $namespace): ?PileUpPolicy;
    public function getPreemptTime(string $namespace): ?int;
    public function getSleepTime(string $namespace): ?int;
    public function getSleepAttempts(string $namespace): ?int;
}

Then tell Stash about your configuration provider:

Stash::setConfig(new MyConfig());

Custom Store methods

By default, newly loaded caches use a generic Store implementation, however if you require custom methods for domain-oriented data access, you can implement your own Store classes using a custom Archetype Resolver.

namespace MyApp;

use DecodeLabs\Archetype;
use DecodeLabs\Archetype\Resolver\Extension as ArchetypeExtension;
use DecodeLabs\Stash\Store;
use DecodeLabs\Stash\Store\Generic;

class MyCache extends Generic
{

    public function getMyData(): string
    {
        return $this->fetch('myData', function() {
            return 'Hello world';
        });
    }
}

Archetype::register(new ArchetypeExtension(
    Store::class, namespace::class
))

Licensing

Stash is licensed under the MIT License. See LICENSE for the full license text.