Render Caching has been in Drupal since Drupal 7, but never before Drupal 8. The render_cache module for Drupal 7 has made it so simple to have a fast website with automatic content expiration. With render_cache it will be possible to really just rebuild the parts of the site that have changed, which will make even authenticated user pages very fast.
The session will cover:
- Cache Tags - Why they are totally awesome (and D8 only).
- Cache Hashes and Cache revalidation - Another approach that can be used in D7 now.
- Drupal 8 will be fast out of the box, but learn how to tweak it more to your needs.
- Render Caching and possible pitfalls (#attached I am looking at you)
- Control, control - I want all control over my caching. Changing cache tags in D8 and total control already now in D7.
- Recursive Render Caching - How that can make page load times of just a bootstrap
- (no not even a bootstrap possible - directly from NGINX!)