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Written by: Maria Kontorovskaya, Software Designer of Web Development Team In order to demonstrate how to use caching on a practical example, I am using a simple ASP.
NET MVC solution for managing orders in a restaurant.
In a utility object I’m working on, tentatively called Super Cache, I’ve implemented a Clear method using the following code: An enumerator remains valid as long as the collection remains unchanged.
This method would be useful if you ever just wanted to invalidate all cache entries and start fresh.
In order to speed up your web or cloud platform, you can use caching as one of the best practices for optimizing performance. NET and SQL Server I will show you how to implement cache without a lot of changes in the existing code. NET caching works in practice, its pros and cons, and how to make the right decision about cache selection. NET cache example in the form a simple demo project for manual method results caching and how to improve it with attribute.
In the last section, I will cover the ability of SQL Server to notify about data changes and how we can use it for cache updating.
I never encountered any errors and I have a bunch of unit tests that all pass using my old way of doing things, but I figure it’s probably safest to go with what the docs say and do the removal after I’m finished with the enumerator.
This article provides an example of caching techniques in ASP. This is especially true for unchanging or infrequently changing data (aka dictionaries).
Interaction with the database can significantly reduce page loading speed.
Let’s say you have a resource that you automatically generate in your controller, but that creating that resource takes a long time…
will allow us to vary the cached result by a number of variables (host, action arguments, custom strings…) and supports timeouts etc, but it does not allow another piece of code somewhere in the application to say “that resource is not longer valid”.