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Published 6 days agoSat, 09 Nov 2019 12:03:54 -0800

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Tags: PHP, Laravel, Caching

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The Laravel caching functions seem to not have specific built-in functionality to cache a query for only the current pageload, but it can easily be done with the $GLOBALS array:

// Cache the value via $GLOBALS so that it is used for the rest of the current request/page generation 
function get_query_value() {
        $key           = "key_temp_cache";     
        $GLOBALS[$key] = $GLOBALS[$key] ?? \Auth::user()->posts()->get();                         
        return $GLOBALS[$key];
}

Footnote: ?? is the null coalescing operator.

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