duncan3dc/cache

Simple PSR-6/PSR-16 compatible disk cache

0.6.1 2018-07-23 18:58 UTC

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Last update: 2019-12-08 17:04:17 UTC


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A simple PSR-6/PSR-16 compatible disk cache for PHP

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Installation

The recommended method of installing this library is via Composer.

Run the following command from your project root:

$ composer require duncan3dc/cache

Quick Examples

There are 2 cache providers available, one is the local filesystem and the other is simple array cache in memory.

Using the FilesystemPool will persist data forever (or until the filesystem is purged).

$cache = new \duncan3dc\Cache\FilesystemPool(sys_get_temp_dir());

# The $cache object implements PSR-6
$userData = $cache->getItem("user_data")->get();

# ...and PSR-16
$userData = $cache->get("user_data");

Using the ArrayPool will not persist data beyond the current request.

$cache = new \duncan3dc\Cache\ArrayPool();

# The $cache object implements PSR-6
$userData = $cache->getItem("user_data")->get();

# ...and PSR-16
$userData = $cache->get("user_data");

There's also a trait to allow any method to be automatically cached.

$cache = new class {
    use \duncan3dc\Cache\CacheCallsTrait;

    public function _getData()
    {
        return [];
    }
};

$cache->getData();

The first time getData() is called then _getData() will be run, but after that future calls to getData() will just return the cached result from the first call to _getData().

Changelog

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