Russian Doll caching for Laravel's Blade directives.
Laravel-Matryoshka is a simple package for Laravel that provides Russian Doll caching for your view logic. It uses the "updated at" timestamp of the model, in order to automatic cache busting whenever the model is updated. Laravel-Matryoshka will extend your blade view logic in order to create caching segments, which can be managed separately.
Popularized in the Rails world, Russian Doll caching is an interesting approach, where you create nested fragment caches for your view logic. If you then link the keys for each of these cached items to the model's "updated at" timestamp, what you get is easy caching for your view logic, and automatic cache busting whenever the model is updated.
Use Composer from the command line and run:
composer require sirthxalot/laravel-matryoshka
config/app.php, and add a new item to the
'providers' => [ ... Sirthxalot\Cache\CacheServiceProvider::class, ... ]
This will bootstrap the Laravel-Matryoshka package into your Laravel application.
.env file, and ensure that your
CACHE_DRIVER choice accommodates
Have a look at Laravel's cache configuration documentation, if you need any further help.
Please take a look at the official documentation, in order to receive further information about the Laravel-Matryoshka. It will guide you through all the basics and is the defacto educational resource specifically for any Laravel-Matryoshka beginner.
If you have a question, want to report any bug or have any other issue, than please do not hesitate to use the issue tracker. Here you will find any tickets, questions and many more, related to Laravel-Matryoshka.
Yet just me helped to get Laravel-Matryoshka what it is today, so lets change this. Anyone and everyone is welcome to contribute, however, if you decide to get involved, please take a moment to review the guidelines:
The code is available under the MIT-License.