smart-php/super-cache

Simple PHP cache mechanism which is 500X Faster Caching than Redis/Memcache/APC in PHP & HHVM

0.0.9 2021-07-11 07:59 UTC

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Last update: 2021-11-18 12:01:06 UTC


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Simple PHP cache mechanism which provides 200X Faster Caching than other PHP cache mechanisms like Redis/Memcache/APC in PHP & HHVM. SuperCache uses the normal file system to store values. This method is faster than Redis/Memcache because all those serialize and unserialize objects.

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Installation

Via Composer

composer require smart-php/super-cache

Basic Usage

<?php
require __DIR__.'/vendor/autoload.php';
use SuperCache\SuperCache as sCache;

//Saving cache value with a key
// sCache::cache('<key>')->set('<value>');
sCache::cache('myKey')->set('Key_value');

//Retrieving cache value with a key
echo sCache::cache('myKey')->get();
?>

Cache Folder

By default the cache will save in the tmp folder. Please make sure that the tmp folder has write access. You can set a custom folder for the cache:

sCache::setPath('youfolder/tempfolder/');

or

define('SuperCache_PATH','youfolder/tempfolder/');

Advanced Options

Locking

Lock your data to readonly so that the data won't be overwritten.

sCache::cache('myKey')->set('my_value')->lock();
//setting new value
sCache::cache('myKey')->set('new_value');
echo sCache::cache('myKey')->get(); //output : my_value
//unlocking
sCache::cache('myKey')->unlock()->set('new_value');
echo sCache::cache('myKey')->get(); //output : new_value
Options
//options
sCache::cache('myKey')->set('my_value')->options([
    'expiry'    =>  time()+600, //time to expire
    'lock'      =>  true    //alternative method to lock or unlock
    'custom'    =>  'your customer attribute value'
]);

//isValid (To check for a valid key or to check whether it has expired or not)
sCache::cache('myKey')->isValid(); //true or false

//To get all option values
print_r(sCache::cache('myKey')->getOptions()); //array

//destroy
sCache::cache('myKey')->destroy();

//clearAll (Clear all cache values)
sCache::cache('myKey')->clearAll();

Cache Your Class

You can cache any class to super cache. To bind data you need to use the trait class State by adding use State, or you can do it via your custom set_state.

use SuperCache\SuperCache as sCache;
use SuperCache\State as State;

sCache::setPath('youCacheLocation');

Class MyClass 
{
    /**
     * This trait class will bind data from cache to your class
     */
    use State;

    private $firstName;

    private $lastName;

    public function setName($firstName, $lastName)
    {
        $this->firstName = $firstName;
        $this->lastName = $lastName;
    }

    public function getName()
    {
        return $this->firstName . " ". $this->lastName;
    }
}

// Creating Object of your class
$myObject = new MyClass;
$myObject->setName("John", "Doe");

// Saving your object in SuperCache
sCache::cache('myObject')->set($myObject);

// Retrieving your object from Cache 
$cacheObject = sCache::cache('myObject')->get();
echo $myObject->getName();

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.