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Writing Your Own Template Caching Class In PHP


Writing your own template caching class with PHP doesn't necessarily mean that you have to invent your own template tags, as Havard shows us in this article...

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By: Havard Lindset
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November 19, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Writing Your Own Template Caching Class In PHP
  2. · How Is It Supposed To Work?
  3. · The Code Explained (contd.)
  4. · The Code Explained (contd.)
  5. · Real-World Examples
  6. · Conclusion

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Writing Your Own Template Caching Class In PHP - Conclusion
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By now you may see that caching and templates can save you both time and trouble. If you're anything like me, you'll change the look of an application many times during the development phase. Using templates in situations like this can help you focus more on programming than the aesthetics of your overall site.

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