I just re-read my previous post and thought to myself…huh? What’s the point in telling people who’ll probably never even read the blog to make sure they cache in order to improve performance?
The answer came to me in a blaze of comprehension – add a caching feature to Deadbolt, document it and then it’s obvious (to anyone who RTFM of course).
So, Deadbolt 1.4.3 is released tonight with caching. It should also have been the release with FastTags instead of Groovy tags, but that’s a bug for another day. Now it’s just a question of getting time to finish the Scala version – coming soon 🙂