Package httpcache provides a http.RoundTripper implementation that works as a mostly RFC 7234 compliant cache for http responses.
It is only suitable for use as a ‘private’ cache (i.e. for a web-browser or an API-client and not for a shared proxy).
This project isn’t actively maintained; it works for what I, and seemingly others, want to do with it, and I consider it “done”. That said, if you find any issues, please open a Pull Request and I will try to review it. Any changes now that change the public API won’t be considered.
- The built-in ‘memory’ cache stores responses in an in-memory map.
github.com/gregjones/httpcache/diskcacheprovides a filesystem-backed cache using the diskv library.
github.com/gregjones/httpcache/memcacheprovides memcache implementations, for both App Engine and ‘normal’ memcache servers.
sourcegraph.com/sourcegraph/s3cacheuses Amazon S3 for storage.
github.com/gregjones/httpcache/leveldbcacheprovides a filesystem-backed cache using leveldb.
github.com/die-net/lrucacheprovides an in-memory cache that will evict least-recently used entries.
github.com/die-net/lrucache/twotierallows caches to be combined, for example to use lrucache above with a persistent disk-cache.
github.com/birkelund/boltdbcacheprovides a BoltDB implementation (based on the bbolt fork).
If you implement any other backend and wish it to be linked here, please send a PR editing this file.
- MIT License