This is the root directory of the POC that stands for PHP Output Caching.
The website is: POC: http://www.phpcache.org
The aim of this project is to create an easy to use but really flexible generic Caching component that also has got a great implementation for PHP output caching too. This ramework is plugin based, so it is really easy to extend and utilize it's implemented features.
- Caching of the output on certain circumstances that you define
- Cache invalidation by TTL (of course)
Blacklisting caches by application state.
For caching it utilizes many interface, those are:
- It's own filesystem based engine.
- Blacklisting by Output content (plugin)
- Html output minification (plugin)
- Logging with monolog (plugin)
- Reload and cache Invalidation attack protection (plugin)
- Compresses the output of your application,if you need it (plugin)
Store the Etag's based on the output (plugin)
- For this feature we utilize Doctrine2, Mysql and Sqlite is supported at the moment
- Cache Invalidation by tags
- Minimal overhead on the performance
- Easy (one line) to turn off/on
- Controls headers
Even more features are coming, so stay tuned.
You can download/see the https://github.com/flyingwhale/poc-sandbox project and install to your web directory (composer is your friend there as well:) ).
The project uses the composer to download it's dependencies and we already added a script what you can execute by typing ./bin/get_composer scrip. It downloads the composer.
As the projet is psr-0 compliant it is really easy to map it to your project. To download the dependencies please run the "./bin/get_composer" file from the root of the project or download the composer.phar for yourself. After run "bin/composer.phar install" script.
If you want to run unittests or want to improve or extend the framework then use the following command: "bin/composer.phar install --dev"
Of course you are not forced to use any external key-value databases, because it also supports the file system caching. But to make your application more scalable you can user some more scalable solutions.
For instance You can install the redis-server, also mongod (Mongodb) or of course Memcached server to your environment and the PHP module as well.
At the moment we only support Mysql, for the tagging feature, but as we implemented it in Doctrine2 this is really likely that we will add more sql DBs To this list in the close future. So Install Mysql for the tagging feature.
The Project already have got 96% code coverage. The unittests can be nice source of examples. For instance this is highly recommended to check out the PocTest.php file to get more insight on the POC.
The project also contains a recent version of the PHPUnit framework. So you don't need to prepare your environment to be suitable for this. By executing the vendor/bin/phpunit file you can run the tests.
All PHPUnit configuration data can be found at the phpunit.xml.dist file. The Mysql Database specific information also resides here for the tests If you want to specify your own database. just copy this file to the phpunit.xml and modify the database specific parts.
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