How to Store Data in Cache in Laravel

  Mar 2024
  Category: Laravel
How to Store Data in Cache in Laravel

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In Laravel 10, caching is pivotal for optimizing application performance by storing frequently accessed data in memory, thereby reducing database load and enhancing user experience. Caching the data will improve the speed of the application but not accessing the database for each and every request instead it will fetch the data from the cache and displays to the user. Lets see the techniques involved to store data in cache in laravel using it solutions guides.

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Cache all Records.

To cache all the records in the cache we will use the Cache::remember() function to store the data in the cache. We should pass the name in which the data should be stored and also how much time the data should available in the cache.

$orderTable = Cache::remember('orderTable', 60, function()
    return  Order::latest()

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Get Records from Cache

To retrive the data from the cache we will use the Cache::get() function by passing the name in which the cache is stored the cached data is retrived.

$data = Cache::get('orderTable');

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Delete Records from Cache

To delete the data from the cache we will use Cache::forget() to delete the data.


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