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Adding a Cache Service to a Symfony 3 Project

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    I've got a pretty important, new challenge.
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    We're going to be rendering a lot of markdown,
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    and we don't want to do this on every request.
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    It's just too slow.
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    We really need a way to cache the parsed markdown.
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    So caching is yet another tool that we need.
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    If we had a service that was really good at caching a string
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    and letting us fetch it out later, that would be perfect!
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    Fortunately, Symfony comes with
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    a bundle Doctrine Cache bundle that gives us exactly this.

Adding a Cache Service to a Symfony 3 Project


In this lesson you'll learn how to add a cache service to your Symfony 3 app.

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