eftec/cacheone

Cache class in a single Class

2.3.1 2020-03-17 00:32 UTC

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Last update: 2020-06-06 22:16:25 UTC


README

CacheOne is a cache class of service for php. It supports Redis, Memcache and/or APCU.

Unlikely other cache libraries, this library is based in group (optional). So it's suitable to invalidate a single key or an entire group of elements.

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Example

use eftec\CacheOne;
include "vendor/autoload.php"; // composer's autoload
$cache=new CacheOne("redis","127.0.0.1","",6379);

$cacheValue=$cache->get('','countries'); // read the cache (if any) otherwise false
if($cacheValue===false) {
    echo "generating a new list of countries..<br>";
    $countries=['USA','Canada','Japan','Chile'];
    $cache->set('','countries',$countries,500); // store into the cache for 500 seconds.
} else {
    echo "read from cache<br>";
    $countries=$cacheValue;
}
var_dump($countries);

Definitions

Creating a new instance of CacheOne

Creates a new connection using redis

use eftec\CacheOne;
include "../vendor/autoload.php";
$cache=new CacheOne("redis","127.0.0.1","",6379);

Creates a new connection using apcu

use eftec\CacheOne;
include "../vendor/autoload.php";
$cache=new CacheOne("apcu");

Creates a new connection using memcache

use eftec\CacheOne;
include "../vendor/autoload.php";
$cache=new CacheOne("memcache","127.0.0.1");

or creating a new connection, or redis, or memcache or apcu (it takes the first available)

use eftec\CacheOne;
include "../vendor/autoload.php";
$cache=new CacheOne("auto");

Storing a value

function set($group, $key, $value, $duration = 1440): bool

It store a value inside a group and a key. It returns false if the operation failed.

$cache->set("group","key1","hello world",500);
$cache->set("group","key2","hola mundo",500);

Group is optional and it could be used if we need to invalidate (delete) an entire group.

Getting a value

function get($group, $key, $defaultValue = false)

It gets a value stored in a group (optional) and key. If the value is not found then it returns false. Note: a false value could be a valid value.

$result=$cache->get("group","key1");
$result=$cache->get("","key2");
$result=$cache->get("","key2","not found"); // if not key2 (groupless) then it returns not found 

invalidate a key

function invalidate($group = '', $key = ''): bool

It invalidates a specific key. If the operation fails, then it returns false

$cache->invalidate("group",key1"); // invalidate a key inside a group
$cache->invalidate("",key1"); // invalidate a key without a group.

invalidate a group

invalidateGroup($group): bool

It invalidates every key(s) inside a group of groups. It also clean the catalog of the group and sets it to an empty array.

$cache->invalidateGroup("group"); // invalidate all keys inside group
$cache->invalidateGroup(["group1","group2"]); // invalidate all key inside group1 and group2

invalidate all

invalidateAll()

It invalidates (and delete all the redis repository, memcache or apcu)

$cache->invalidateAll(); 

setSerializer($serializer)

It sets how the values are serialized. By default it's PHP.

$cache->setSerializer('php'); // set the serializer to php (default value)
$cache->setSerializer('json-array'); // set the serializer to json-array
$cache->setSerializer('json-object'); // set the serializer to json-object
$cache->setSerializer('none'); // set the serializer to none (the value must be serialized)
 

getSerializer();

Get the how the values are serialized.

$type=$cache->getSerializer(); // get php,json-array,json-object or none

Select a database (Redis)

select($dbindex)

It selects a different database. By default the database is 0.

$cache->select(1);

Version

  • 2.3.1
    • fix: The catalog is always stored as an array, even if the serializer is json-object
  • 2.3
    • Added method setSerializer() and getSerializer(). By default CacheOne uses PHP for serialization. With this feature, it is possible to serialize using json or none
  • 2.2.2 2020-03-13
    • Now the duration of the catalog is always lasting than the duration of the key
    • Tested the duration and expiration of the cache.
    • phpunit now is part of "require-dev" instead of "require"
  • 2.2.1 2020-03-12
    • Internal: key names are not store inside the group. The group is store inside the schema
    • Internal: The catalog has a duration defined by $cache->catDuration (seconds)
  • 2.2 2020-03-12
    • wrappers getCache(),setCache(),invalidateCache()
  • 2.1 2020-03-12
    • Unit test
    • get() has a default value $defaultValue
    • new method invalidateAll()
  • 2.0 2020-03-12 Updated the whole class. Now it works as a single class.
  • 1.4.2 2019-07-30 Added select() to select a different database index. It also adds timeout for the constructor
  • 1.4.1 2018-08-15 Added an internal function that obtains the id.
  • 1.4 2018-09-05 Fixed the groups
  • 1.3.1 2018-06-09 First published version

License

MIT License. Copyright Jorge Castro Castillo