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Version: 1.x


Nutgram accepts as a cache system any adapter that implements the PSR-16 CacheInterface interface.

By default, it uses the internal ArrayCache class, which is non-persistent, useful only when the bot is running in polling mode.


Without configuring a cache adapter accordingly, feature like global or per-user object storage and conversations will not work when using the Webhook mode.



If you are using Laravel, you can skip this section, since the service provider automatically inject the Laravel cache repository for you.

Check out the Laravel integration page

To specify a different cache adapter, you need to pass the instance at the bot instantiation. The following example, we are using the Symfony Cache, since they are providing multiple adapters out-of-the-box:

use SergiX44\Nutgram\Nutgram;
use Symfony\Component\Cache\Adapter\FilesystemAdapter;
use Symfony\Component\Cache\Psr16Cache;

$psr6Cache = new FilesystemAdapter();
$psr16Cache = new Psr16Cache($psr6Cache);

$bot = new Nutgram('TOKEN', [
'cache' => $psr16Cache