LiteX.Cache.SQLite 1.0.0

SQLite caching based on SQLite database.
Small library for manage cache with SQLite. A quick setup for SQLite Caching.

     
 LiteXCache is simple yet powerful and very high performance cache mechanism and incorporating both synchronous and asynchronous usage with some advanced usages of caching which can help us to handle caching more easier!
 Provide Cache service for any type of application (.NET Core, .NET Standard).
 Very simple yet advanced configuration. Minimal (one line) code configuration is required.

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Install-Package LiteX.Cache.SQLite -Version 1.0.0
dotnet add package LiteX.Cache.SQLite --version 1.0.0
<PackageReference Include="LiteX.Cache.SQLite" Version="1.0.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add LiteX.Cache.SQLite --version 1.0.0
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LiteX SQLite Cache

SQLite caching based on SQLite database. Small library for manage cache with SQLite. A quick setup for SQLite Caching.

This package is simple yet powerful and very high-performance cache mechanism and incorporating both synchronous and asynchronous usage with some advanced usages of caching which can help us to handle caching more easier!

Provide Cache service for any type of application (.NET Core, .NET Standard).

Very simple yet advanced configuration. The main goal of the LiteXCache package is to make developer's life easier to handle even very complex caching scenarios.

How to use ?

Install Nuget packages

Run the nuget command for installing the client as,

Install-Package LiteX.Cache.Core
Install-Package LiteX.Cache.SQLite

Configuration

AppSettings
{
  //LiteX SQLite Config settings (Optional)
  "SQLiteConfig": {
    "FilePath": "",
    "FileName": "litex.db"
  }
}
Startup Configuration
public class Startup
{
    public void ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
    {
        #region LiteX Caching (SQLite)

        // 1. Use default configuration from appsettings.json's 'SQLiteConfig'
        services.AddLiteXSQLiteCache();

        //OR
        // 2. Load configuration settings using options.
        services.AddLiteXSQLiteCache(option =>
        {
            option.FileName = "";
            option.FilePath = "";
            option.OpenMode = Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteOpenMode.ReadWriteCreate;
            option.CacheMode = Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteCacheMode.Default;
        });

        //OR
        // 3. Load configuration settings on your own.
        // (e.g. appsettings, database, hardcoded)
        var sqLiteConfig = new SQLiteConfig()
        {
            FileName = "",
            FilePath = "",
            OpenMode = Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteOpenMode.ReadWriteCreate,
            CacheMode = Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteCacheMode.Default
        };
        services.AddLiteXSQLiteCache(sqLiteConfig);

        #endregion
    }

    public void Configure(IApplicationBuilder app, IHostingEnvironment env)
    {
        app.UseLiteXSQLiteCache();
    }
}

Use in Controller or Business Layer

The following code show how to use EasyCachingProvider in ASP.NET Core Web API.

public class CustomerController : Controller
{
    private readonly ILiteXCacheManager _cacheManager;

    public CustomerController(ILiteXCacheManager cacheManager)
    {
        _cacheManager = cacheManager;
    }

    [Route("get-cache-provider-type")]
    public IActionResult GetCacheProviderType()
    {
        return Ok(_cacheManager.CacheProviderType.ToString());
    }

    [Route("cache-all")]
    public IActionResult CacheCustomers()
    {
        IList<Customer> customers;

        //cacheable key
        var key = "customers";

        customers = _cacheManager.Get(key, () =>
        {
            var result = new List<Customer>();
            result = GetCustomers().ToList();
            return result;
        });

        ////Async
        //customers = await _cacheManager.GetAsync(key, () =>
        //{
        //    var result = new List<Customer>();
        //    result = GetCustomers().ToList();
        //    return result;
        //});

        return Ok(customers);
    }

    [Route("cache-all-specific-time/{cacheTime}")]
    public IActionResult CacheCustomers(int cacheTime)
    {
        IList<Customer> customers;

        //cacheable key
        var cacheKey = "customers";

        customers = _cacheManager.Get(cacheKey, cacheTime, () =>
        {
            var result = new List<Customer>();
            result = GetCustomers().ToList();
            return result;
        });

        ////Async
        //customers = await _cacheManager.GetAsync(cacheKey, cacheTime, () =>
        //{
        //    var result = new List<Customer>();
        //    result = GetCustomers().ToList();
        //    return result;
        //});

        return Ok(customers);
    }

    [Route("cache-single-customer/{customerId}")]
    public IActionResult CacheCustomer(int customerId)
    {
        Customer customer = null;
        var cacheKey = $"customer-{customerId}";

        customer = _cacheManager.Get<Customer>(cacheKey);

        ////Async
        //customer = await _cacheManager.GetAsync<Customer>(cacheKey);

        if (customer == default(Customer))
        {
            //no value in the cache yet
            //let's load customer and cache the result
            customer = GetCustomerById(customerId);
            _cacheManager.Set(cacheKey, customer, 60);

            ////Async
            //await _cacheManager.SetAsync(cacheKey, customer, 60);
        }
        return Ok(customer);
    }

    [Route("remove-all-cached")]
    public IActionResult RemoveCachedCustomers()
    {
        //cacheable key
        var cacheKey = "customers";

        _cacheManager.Remove(cacheKey);

        ////Async
        //await _cacheManager.RemoveAsync(cacheKey);

        // OR
        var cacheKeyPattern = "customers-";
        // remove by pattern
        _cacheManager.RemoveByPattern(cacheKeyPattern);

        ////Async
        //await _cacheManager.RemoveByPatternAsync(cacheKeyPattern);

        return Ok();
    }

    [Route("clear-cached")]
    public IActionResult ClearCachedItems()
    {
        _cacheManager.Clear();

        ////Async
        //await _cacheManager.ClearAsync();

        return Ok();
    }

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LiteX SQLite Cache

SQLite caching based on SQLite database. Small library for manage cache with SQLite. A quick setup for SQLite Caching.

This package is simple yet powerful and very high-performance cache mechanism and incorporating both synchronous and asynchronous usage with some advanced usages of caching which can help us to handle caching more easier!

Provide Cache service for any type of application (.NET Core, .NET Standard).

Very simple yet advanced configuration. The main goal of the LiteXCache package is to make developer's life easier to handle even very complex caching scenarios.

How to use ?

Install Nuget packages

Run the nuget command for installing the client as,

Install-Package LiteX.Cache.Core
Install-Package LiteX.Cache.SQLite

Configuration

AppSettings
{
  //LiteX SQLite Config settings (Optional)
  "SQLiteConfig": {
    "FilePath": "",
    "FileName": "litex.db"
  }
}
Startup Configuration
public class Startup
{
    public void ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
    {
        #region LiteX Caching (SQLite)

        // 1. Use default configuration from appsettings.json's 'SQLiteConfig'
        services.AddLiteXSQLiteCache();

        //OR
        // 2. Load configuration settings using options.
        services.AddLiteXSQLiteCache(option =>
        {
            option.FileName = "";
            option.FilePath = "";
            option.OpenMode = Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteOpenMode.ReadWriteCreate;
            option.CacheMode = Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteCacheMode.Default;
        });

        //OR
        // 3. Load configuration settings on your own.
        // (e.g. appsettings, database, hardcoded)
        var sqLiteConfig = new SQLiteConfig()
        {
            FileName = "",
            FilePath = "",
            OpenMode = Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteOpenMode.ReadWriteCreate,
            CacheMode = Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteCacheMode.Default
        };
        services.AddLiteXSQLiteCache(sqLiteConfig);

        #endregion
    }

    public void Configure(IApplicationBuilder app, IHostingEnvironment env)
    {
        app.UseLiteXSQLiteCache();
    }
}

Use in Controller or Business Layer

The following code show how to use EasyCachingProvider in ASP.NET Core Web API.

public class CustomerController : Controller
{
    private readonly ILiteXCacheManager _cacheManager;

    public CustomerController(ILiteXCacheManager cacheManager)
    {
        _cacheManager = cacheManager;
    }

    [Route("get-cache-provider-type")]
    public IActionResult GetCacheProviderType()
    {
        return Ok(_cacheManager.CacheProviderType.ToString());
    }

    [Route("cache-all")]
    public IActionResult CacheCustomers()
    {
        IList<Customer> customers;

        //cacheable key
        var key = "customers";

        customers = _cacheManager.Get(key, () =>
        {
            var result = new List<Customer>();
            result = GetCustomers().ToList();
            return result;
        });

        ////Async
        //customers = await _cacheManager.GetAsync(key, () =>
        //{
        //    var result = new List<Customer>();
        //    result = GetCustomers().ToList();
        //    return result;
        //});

        return Ok(customers);
    }

    [Route("cache-all-specific-time/{cacheTime}")]
    public IActionResult CacheCustomers(int cacheTime)
    {
        IList<Customer> customers;

        //cacheable key
        var cacheKey = "customers";

        customers = _cacheManager.Get(cacheKey, cacheTime, () =>
        {
            var result = new List<Customer>();
            result = GetCustomers().ToList();
            return result;
        });

        ////Async
        //customers = await _cacheManager.GetAsync(cacheKey, cacheTime, () =>
        //{
        //    var result = new List<Customer>();
        //    result = GetCustomers().ToList();
        //    return result;
        //});

        return Ok(customers);
    }

    [Route("cache-single-customer/{customerId}")]
    public IActionResult CacheCustomer(int customerId)
    {
        Customer customer = null;
        var cacheKey = $"customer-{customerId}";

        customer = _cacheManager.Get<Customer>(cacheKey);

        ////Async
        //customer = await _cacheManager.GetAsync<Customer>(cacheKey);

        if (customer == default(Customer))
        {
            //no value in the cache yet
            //let's load customer and cache the result
            customer = GetCustomerById(customerId);
            _cacheManager.Set(cacheKey, customer, 60);

            ////Async
            //await _cacheManager.SetAsync(cacheKey, customer, 60);
        }
        return Ok(customer);
    }

    [Route("remove-all-cached")]
    public IActionResult RemoveCachedCustomers()
    {
        //cacheable key
        var cacheKey = "customers";

        _cacheManager.Remove(cacheKey);

        ////Async
        //await _cacheManager.RemoveAsync(cacheKey);

        // OR
        var cacheKeyPattern = "customers-";
        // remove by pattern
        _cacheManager.RemoveByPattern(cacheKeyPattern);

        ////Async
        //await _cacheManager.RemoveByPatternAsync(cacheKeyPattern);

        return Ok();
    }

    [Route("clear-cached")]
    public IActionResult ClearCachedItems()
    {
        _cacheManager.Clear();

        ////Async
        //await _cacheManager.ClearAsync();

        return Ok();
    }

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Release Notes

1. Incorporating both synchronous and asynchronous usage.
     2. Advanced configuration for Asp.Net Core applications.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
8.0.0 276 9/19/2019
2.0.2 324 1/31/2019
2.0.1 204 8/9/2018
2.0.0 206 6/30/2018
1.0.0 207 6/23/2018