That is caching on the server side. I keep the “originals” drawings in Mongo gridFS, pull them out, cut, and want to cache on the server side so that I don’t cut the images every time. PS: Made a caching implementation on the Mongo gridFS, i.e. I store the processed images in the database, but I would like to know the implementation on Kohana

  • Hm And you can clarify the question. Usually, the return of pictures is the work of the web server, the client (browser) is caching. The program (in this case, Kohans) is only required to prepare the file (cut, reduce) and put it in a special directory. There are exceptions, for example, captcha, but this is another story. - dimmaq
  • @dimmaq replied above - ViruSkin