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I'm replacing some templates with the ElementAPI plugin.

In my templates, I would use the cache tag, and rely on Craft to handle invalidation when the elements changed.

How can I achieve a similar thing now that I'm using the ElementAPI plugin?

  • I'm also interested in this. Anyone have any insight? – Peter Tell Sep 22 '15 at 12:55
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The ElementAPI plugin itself doesn't seem to offer a caching solution, but there is a fork from a guy which has implemented a caching option cache and cacheTime: https://github.com/theolampert/ElementAPI

Update: They have introduced a new cache option in the official ElementAPI plugin (version 1.5).

  • Any tips how to bust the cache? For either of these forks? – Steve Mock Jul 22 '16 at 18:13
  • use craft->cache->delete('routename') – oncode Jul 24 '16 at 18:57
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I was also very interested in this, so i forked the repo from theoplampert and added some extra features. You can find it here, https://github.com/jacobnijgh/ElementAPI. This fork allows you to not only cache the results but also the paginated results just what we needed in our case for loading some results with AJAX.

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