The caching plugin adds methods related to HTTP caching.
For proper caching, you should use either the
etag request methods.
r.get 'albums', Integer do |album_id| @album = Album[album_id] r.last_modified @album.updated_at view('album') end # or r.get 'albums', Integer do |album_id| @album = Album[album_id] r.etag @album.sha1 view('album') end
etag will immediately halt
processing if there have been no modifications since the last time the
client requested the resource, assuming the client uses the appropriate
HTTP 1.1 request headers.
This plugin also includes the
expires response methods. The
method sets the Cache-Control header using the given hash:
response.cache_control public: true, max_age: 60 # Cache-Control: public, max-age=60
expires method is similar, but in addition to setting the
HTTP 1.1 Cache-Control header, it also sets the HTTP 1.0 Expires header:
response.expires 60, public: true # Cache-Control: public, max-age=60 # Expires: Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:25:47 GMT
The implementation was originally taken from Sinatra, which is also released under the MIT License:
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