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As a programmer have you implemented PHP cache, Redis and Memcached?
A faster website with PHP cache, Redis and Memcached
...There are different kinds of cache types and all of them have different functions. Our list includes only server side cache types which are used together with PHP scripts. Other cache types like browser cache, database cache or proxy cache are not the scope of this article...
As site speed it something to consider from a user and SEO point of view it would benefit the site overall. However I find implementing any caching to improve site speed during site development or site updates a PIA. You can't see what you changed without turning caching off and then back on. Any easier way to handle this?
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I think that is most likely why forum software like phpBB is so fast these days, it uses the Symfony framework which has a lot of build in cache functionality.
So the easiest way to implement cache would most likely be to use a framework/CMS that already has it build in. I do agree, working with cache when you are developing a website can be a bit annoying.
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