How to Store Data in Cache in Laravel?

By Hardik Savani November 5, 2023 Category : Laravel

if you are work with large application which depend on large query and required large number of record at that time your application performence littel bit down. that problem overcome with laravel Cache functionality.

Laravel Cache provide to you store your large query in cache so your application performence improve.

first of all you must write "use Cache" keyword on top of the your class

Here is an example using Laravel’s Fluent Query Builder:

$users = DB::table('order')

->orderBy('price', 'desc')




Of course, we can do the same thing using laravel Eloquent:

$users = Order::orderBy('price', 'desc')




But, it's work fine with very simple database query

if you have work with more complex database query you need to use cache this way.

1.)Cache all records.

$orderTable = Cache::remember('orderTable', 60, function()


return DB::table('order')





Here 'orderTable' is a cache variable you can use this when you get all records from the cache like that,

2.)Get records from Cache

$data = Cache::get('orderTable');

3.)remove Cache records from the Cache memory. it must be required when you insert new record other wise you want to update any records.


I hope it can help you...

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