EZCache project launched !

2 08 2006

Since every dynamic website is not really ultra-dynamic, it is a good idea that most of its pages may be cached to improve response time and save server ressources. Caching may be really simple : each cached page has an expire date. But this technique has two main inconvenients : it does not reflects reality if a change is made between two page regenerations, and page may be regenerated even if it has not been changed, which is a stupid behaviour in itself.

So how can we have cache performance benefits, without disadvantages of expiration technique ? That’s the question I’ve tried to answer before creating the EZCache PHP library. To discover how I think I’ve resolved this problem, just have a look at the EZCache PHP library page.


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