Database in Stash


The database is one of the most basic technologies available in today’s world to store data in an organized manner. In this blog post, we will learn about the database in stash in detail. We will not only learn about its basic definition but as well as it’s functionalities. By caching the outcomes of pricey functions or code, Stash makes it simple to accelerate your code. While some operations, such as database searches or calls to external APIs, take a long time to complete, they frequently produce the same outcomes quickly. This makes saving the results and retrieving them later much more efficient.


Features of Database in stash

Below is the list of features that are available in a database in Stash:

  • Regeneration Before Expiration
  • Hireacrchal Cache 
  • Composite Drivers
  • Interchangeable Back Ends
  • PSR-6 Support
  • Stampede Protection

and many more. 

The most interesting fact about databases in the stash is that these databases are responsible to store comments and all the pull requests that you made on the server. 

Stash operates as a key-value store; one can use a key to put items in the cache and the same key to retrieve them. The code for the same is shown below:


$item = $pool->getItem('fruit');

// string(5) "apple"


Apart from this, it works for pull requests as well.



Also Read: How do you get a timestamp in JavaScript?



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