Author: Manuel Lemos
Package: Q PHP Storage Class
This way, applications can execute multiple operations simultaneously in parallel, so a single PHP script can run in less time than the same script would execute using the regular PHP implementation.
This package uses Swoole speed optimization to implement a client that can store objects in a storage container managed by a server executed using Swoole.
This package can store and retrieve data objects faster than using traditional types of databases used by PHP developers that require clients to wait until the database access queries finish before the PHP scripts move to execute the next operation in the same PHP script.
About the Q PHP Storage Class Package
The basic purpose is: Store data objects using Swoole tables
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can store data objects using Swoole tables.
It provides a base class that can perform several types of operations to store and retrieve the values of objects that are made of named properties using tables managed by Swoole.
Currently it can:
- Create a table of a given size store store the objects
- Store data for an object with a given key
- Get the data of an object with a given key
- Check if an object with a given key exists
- Delete the object with a given key
- Use a custom cast class that can convert this class objects in JSON strings or other formats
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