On my previous post, I walked through the benefits of using PostSharp for caching in a .NET Core server application, by making it work on a single node application. In this post, we will see how we can enable Redis as the caching backend through PostSharp's modular nature.
PostSharp is a .NET library which gives you ability to program in a declarative style and allows you perform many cross-cutting concerns with a minimum amount of code by abstracting away the complexity from you. In this post, I will be looking into how PostSharp helps us for caching to speed up the performance of our applications drastically.
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