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Create Model Caching Layer In Laravel

In this tutorial, we're going to learn how you can create a caching layer in your Laravel application to help speed up your website and reduce the number of requests to your database. We're also going to set up automatic functionality which will flush your cache on specific models when changes happen using Eloquent events.

Caching In Laravel

Laravel provides a very easy to use caching functionality to store and get values from multiple different types of data storage. You can

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