The following methods are provided in this framework:
/** * Get size of cache * * @return size of cache */ int getSize(); /** * Put a value into cache with a specified key * * @param key key * @param value value to be cached */ void put(String key, Object value); /** * Get value from cache * * @param key key of object to get * @return value from cache */ Optional<Object> get(String key); /** * Remove a specific entry from cache * * @param key key */ void remove(String key); /** * Checks if a key exists in cache * * @param key key */ boolean check(String key); /** * Clear cache */ void clear(); /** * Evict cache. Same as clear. */ void evict();
- This simply uses Java’s HashMap to store values.
- This implementation is based on the Least Recently Used principle
- It uses the
PerpetualLilCacheimplementation through the decorator design pattern.
- This implementation is based for the cases when you need to set an expiry time for the entries in the cache.
This is a simple implementation of different techniques used in caching frameworks, mainly to understand how it all works.
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