You can enable Kirby's page cache in your
config.php file with the
The page cache files are stored in the
Page requests will only be cached if there are no params in the URL.
||Either an array of page IDs to ignore, or a callback function that returns a boolean|
If you want to create your own cache instance, you can just add it to the config like this:
That's it! Now you got a new cache up and running with the id
This will again be a file cache instance and stores the cache files in
You have the same extended options if needed and you can combine different cache types without hassle.
As soon as you configured your cache in the config, you can start using it like this (for example in a controller):
You can define how long a cache variable is valid by specifying the number of minutes until it expires in the set method:
The getter will now return
null after the 30 minutes expired.
Plugins can have their own namespaced caches by defining them in their options:
This plugin cache instance will be available at:
But you can even have multiple cache instances per plugin:
Following the same concept, you can access it like this: