New in Symfony 3.2: Tagged Cache
In Symfony 3.1 we added a new Cache component that was a strict implementation of the PSR-6: Caching Interface standard. In Symfony 3.2 we decided to improve the cache with some features not defined by the standard.
The first new feature is the tag-based invalidation to create tagged caches. Imagine that your application is an e-commerce application that stores users' reviews in the cache. When saving those reviews, you can now associate tags to them:
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use Symfony\Component\Cache\Adapter\FilesystemAdapter; $cache = new FilesystemAdapter(); $review = $cache->getItem('reviews-'.$reviewId); $review->set('...'); $review->tag(['reviews', 'products', 'product-'.$productId]); $cache->save($review);
The cached review is associated with three different tags that can be used to invalidate related items:
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// the HTML structure of reviews has changed: // invalidate all reviews $cache->invalidateTags('reviews'); // a special sale is enabled in the store: // invalidate anything related to products $cache->invalidateTags('products'); // the data of the product #123 has changed: // invalidate anything related to that product $cache->invalidateTags('product-123'); // a major store update is being deployed: // invalidate all the information related to products and reviews $cache->invalidateTags(['products', 'reviews']); // after invalidating any of the previous tags, the item is no longer // available in the cache: $cache->getItem('reviews-'.$reviewId)->isHit(); // returns false
The Cache component now defines a
TagAwareAdapterInterface to add tag-based
invalidation to your own cache adapters and
allow tagging cache items. In addition, it includes a
to enable tag-based invalidation when using Redis.
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