Small fluent interface for caching sequelize database query results in redis/memcached more easily. Simply put, this is a wrapper around sequelize retrieval methods that will automatically check in the configured redis/memcached instance for a value (based on a hash of the query and model name), then retrieve from the database and persist in redis/memcached if not found. It is promise based, so it will resemble sequelize for the most part, and be co/koa friendly.
This project is a fork of sequelize-redis-cache by rfink, but with a new layer of cache supporting also memcached!
npm install sequelize-cacher
var Sequelize = ;var initCache = ;var redis = ;// var Memcached = require('memcached');var cacheEngine = redis;// var cacheEngine = new Memcached('localhost:11211');var db = 'cache_tester' 'root' 'root' dialect: 'mysql' ;var cacher = ;var cacheObj =;cacheObj;
Check the tests out for more info, but it's pretty simple. The currently supported methods are:
This library does not handle automatic invalidation of caches, since it currently does not handle inserts/updates/deletes/etc. I'd be in favor of someone submitting a patch to accommodate that, although I think that would be a significant undertaking.
MIT - roccomuso
MIT - Rekt