On 10/14/06, Ian Leitch <port001 / gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
>
> I've just made the first release of a new project: Boogaloo.
>
> Boogaloo is a very simple cache server that provides persistent and
> temporary caches. You can also use it to house your own custom services.
> It's meant to be very simple to use so that you can concentrate on your
> primary problem.
>
> You'll find it fully documented and even has a few unit tests:
> http://boogaloo.rubyforge.org/
> or "sudo gem install boogaloo" if you want to play straight away.
>
> Why?
>
> It started out as a place to cache my rendered Liquid template objects and
> somewhere to store a list of selectors from some CSS files. Later on I
> started using it as a temporary cache for objects that were only relevant to
> specific user in Rails. So instead of keeping the object in the users
> session and forgetting to clear it out later, I can now just stick it in
> Boogaloo and let it expire after a period given. This is very handy for
> multi-step forms etc.
>
> Anyway, I hope someone finds it useful...
>
> Cheers,
> Ian.
>
>

Interesting, so where do you cache the data that clients send you?


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