Notable PHP package: ITE PSR-6 Cache - PHP Classes
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Notable PHP package: ITE PSR-6 Cache
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ITE PSR-6 Cache
Cache data in several storage compliant with PSR-6
PSR-6 is a PHP Standards Recommendation from the FIG (Framework Interoperability Group) that defines a common interfaces for packages that want to implement data caching functionality.
This package provides an implementation of the PSR-6 interfaces to store and retrieved cache data in several types of containers like files, session variables and memcached.
This way all applications that need a caching package can use interchangeably these or other compatible packages that implement the PSR-6 interfaces.
PHP 5, Utilities and Tools, Cache, PSR
This package can cache data in several storage containers compliant with PSR-6.
It provides several container classes compliant with PSR-6 specification that can store and retrieve data to be cached.
Currently it provides container classes for storing data in files, session variables, and memcached.
The file cache saves values into files and loads from them if requested and the cache is not expired.
The session cache saves values into user session values. It will be cleared after the user session expires.
The memcached adapter wraps the native memcached extension.
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