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Asynchronous caching in Laravel

Benjamin Crozat
Published on Oct 5, 2023 0 comments Edit on GitHub

Check out this intriguing article from Dylan Baine that introduces a new caching strategy: asynchronous cache.

It’s all about minimizing user wait times and maintaining performance, even when your database is slogging through millions of queries a day.

So say goodbye to those frustrating load times when your cache expires, and discover how to keep your data fresh in the background.

Trust me, you’ll want to dive into this if you’re dealing with heavy database loads.

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