June 18, 2020 — WordPress has a native database caching system called the Transients API. This simple wrapper can be used for caching database queries, remote data, or other expensive routines.
In this technical talk you will discover how to best use the API and the pitfalls to avoid (content which is neither documented nor generally available, so this will be a genuine eye-opener for developers).
April 12, 2018 — จะพาไปรู้จักกับ Transients API ว่าคืออะไร ใช้ยังไง ดียังไง ไม่ใช้แล้วเป็นยังไง
October 19, 2017 — Computers are good at doing things quickly, but some things take longer than others (even for computers). Transients are a great tool for freeing your website from repetitive, time-intensive tasks. We’ll look at examples of when a transient can be helpful and the code used to implement them.
May 17, 2017 — WordPress Transients API is a powerful tool for caching data with an expiration date. But you always have to have a look on the database the transients are stored in.
Transients can mess up your and your clients database without any benefit. A poor implementation of transients can slow down the database and consequently the webpage instead.
I want to raise awareness for a lightweight way to use the Transients API. Additionally you’ll get an approach to reduce queries and fragmentation of the database.
June 7, 2016 — I want to talk about transients, this little, but so useful caching system included in WordPress Core. This famous (or not ?) API is a friend, let’s see some concrete cases to lower external requests, avoid to perform same DB queries, pass param without using a param (what??), transients are used more than you think. You will learn how it works, how and why to use it, the goal is to reduce your website’s loading time.