Tag Archives: mod_cache

Make your websites work faster

In April 2010 Google announced, that speed of a web site will be considered as an aspect of web search ranking. This means that web site creators and webmasters need to optimize their websites. What is the best way to do … Continue reading

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Automatic cache cleaning in Helicon Ape

Up to version Helicon Ape cache could be cleaned only manually. Memory-based cache (mod_mem_cache) required recycling of corresponding application and disk-based cache (mod_disk_cache) cleaning implied manual files deletion form the file system. That was slightly inconvenient, to put it … Continue reading

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Example of mod_cache application

In the previous articles we told you what cache is and how it works in Helicon Ape. Now it’s time to use obtained knowledge in practice. Today we gonna apply caching for PHP application called qdig that helps organize images … Continue reading

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How mod_cache works?

Helicon Ape release (coming very-very soon) will contain mod_cache module. And as we promised in our previous article we are now giving you more thorough description of mod_cache operation.

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Web Caching: what is it?

What is that and what’s it for? Web cache is a vital instrument to build lightning-fast web apps. Web cache stores HTTP responses that may be provided to the user without making a request to the server, i.e. no ASP/PHP … Continue reading

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