Installing CacheBox
CacheBox has been designed to work either as a standalone framework or within the ColdBox Platform. So if you are building ColdBox applications, you do not have to do anything; CacheBox is already part of the platform. The main difference between both versions is the instantiation and usage namespace, the rest is the same.
The best way to install CacheBox is using CommandBox CLI and package manager.

CacheBox has been designed to work under the following CFML Engines:
  • Adobe ColdFusion 2016+
  • Lucee 4.5+

If you are using CacheBox within a ColdBox application context, then CacheBox is part of the platform. Just install ColdBox normally. If you are using CacheBox standalone, just drop CacheBox in your application root or create a mapping called cachebox that points to the installation folder. If you can run the following snippet, then CacheBox is installed correctly:
cachebox = new cachebox.system.cache.CacheFactory();
Note Please remember that if you use the standalone version the namespace is cachebox.system.cache and if you use the ColdBox application version it is coldbox.system.cache. From this point on, we will use the standalone namespace for simplicity.

You can leverage CommandBox to install the standalone version of CacheBox
# Latest CacheBox
box install cachebox
# Bleeding Edge
box install [email protected]

cachebox.system.cache

coldbox.system.cache
Note All examples in this book are based on the standalone namespace.
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