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Brandon Savage's Blog:
Caching For Efficiency With Zend Framework
April 05, 2010 @ 08:48:16

Brandon Savage has posted another in his series looking at useful tips for working with the Zend Framework. This time he focuses on caching your data to help improve its overall performance.

So, given this performance difference [between static pages and Zend Framework-driven pages], how do we improve the performance of Zend Framework while still retaining its functionality and ease-of-use? Well, we employ caching, of course! But not just any caching. One of the beauties of a read-heavy website, especially one that doesn't change all that often, is that we have the ability to cache entire pages and serve them directly using our web server.

He shows how to use the Zend_Cache component to create a simple caching object tat allows you to cache the entire page contents and, with the help of a little mod_rewrite trickery, tell Apache how to grab them (or regenerate them if need be).

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