Prerender In-Memory Cache plugin
This is a plugin meant to be used with your Prerender server to cache responses in memory.
Run this from within your Prerender server directory:
$ npm install prerender-memory-cache --save
const prerender = require('prerender'); const server = prerender(); server.use(require('prerender-memory-cache')) server.start();
Accessing that URL twice should render the page the first time and then serve it from the in-memory cache on the second request.
Maximum number of items in the cache.
Time to live for items in the cache (in seconds)
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2018 Todd Hooper <[email protected]>
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