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Class: PHP PDO Login System One
Authenticate users with records on MySQL using PDO
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Date: 3 years ago
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BladeOneCache extension library (optional)

Requires: BladeOne

This library adds cache to the visual layer and business/logic layer. For using this library, the code requires to include and use the trait BladeOneCache

class MyBlade extends  bladeone\BladeOne {
    use bladeone\BladeOneCache;
$blade=new MyBlade($views,$compiledFolder);
  • Where MyBlade is a new class that extends the bladeone class and use the cache features.

New Tags (template file)


@ cache(1,86400). 
<!-- content here will be cached-->
@ endcache()
<!-- this content will not be cached-->
@ cache(2,86400). 
<!-- content here will also be cached-->
@ endcache()

  • @cache([id],[duration]) start a new cache block
  • The cacheid (optional) indicates the id of the cache. It shoulds be unique. If not id then its added automatically
  • The duration (optional) in seconds indicates the duration of the cache.
  • @endcache
  • End of the cache block. It shouldn't be stacked.

New Business Logic / Controller function

function cacheExpired

if ($blade->cacheExpired('hellocache',1,5)) {   //'helloonecache' =template, =1 id cache, 5=duration (seconds)
    // cache expired, so we should do some stuff (such as read from the database)

  • function cacheExpired(cachefile,cacheid,duration) returns true if the cache expires (and it shoulds be calculated and rebuild), otherwise false
  • cachefile indicates the template to use.
  • cacheid indicates the id of the cache.
  • duration indicates the duration of the cache (in seconds)

> Note : if BLADEONE_MODE = 1 (forced) then the cache system is never used.

> Note : The cache system works per template and cacheid. I.e. its possible to cache a part of a template for a limited time, while caching the rest for a long while.