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Class Phalcon\Cache\Frontend\None

extends class Phalcon\Cache\Frontend\Data

implements Phalcon\Cache\FrontendInterface

Discards any kind of frontend data input. This frontend does not have expiration time or any other options

<?php

//Create a None Cache
$frontCache = new Phalcon\Cache\Frontend\None();

// Create the component that will cache "Data" to a "Memcached" backend
// Memcached connection settings
$cache = new Phalcon\Cache\Backend\Memcache($frontCache, array(
    "host" => "localhost",
    "port" => "11211"
));

// This Frontend always return the data as it's returned by the backend
$cacheKey = 'robots_order_id.cache';
$robots    = $cache->get($cacheKey);
if ($robots === null) {

    // This cache doesn't perform any expiration checking, so the data is always expired
    // Make the database call and populate the variable
    $robots = Robots::find(array("order" => "id"));

    $cache->save($cacheKey, $robots);
}

// Use $robots :)
foreach ($robots as $robot) {
    echo $robot->name, "\n";
}

Methods

public int getLifetime ()

Returns cache lifetime, always one second expiring content

public beforeStore (mixed $data)

Prepare data to be stored

public afterRetrieve (mixed $data)

Prepares data to be retrieved to user

public __construct ([array $frontendOptions]) inherited from Phalcon\Cache\Frontend\Data

Phalcon\Cache\Frontend\Data constructor

public boolean isBuffering () inherited from Phalcon\Cache\Frontend\Data

Check whether if frontend is buffering output

public start () inherited from Phalcon\Cache\Frontend\Data

Starts output frontend. Actually, does nothing

public string getContent () inherited from Phalcon\Cache\Frontend\Data

Returns output cached content

public stop () inherited from Phalcon\Cache\Frontend\Data

Stops output frontend