Node Memcached Set (Detailed Guide w/ Code Examples)
Caching data that's expensive to fetch or compute: The set method in Memcached allows you to store any serialized data against a key, which makes it ideal for storing results of complex queries, computationally heavy data, or frequently accessed information.
Session storage: In web-based applications, Memcached's set function can be used to store session data, improving the speed and efficiency of your application.
Let's start by assuming that you have already installed memcached and the Node.js client memcached.
let memcached =require('memcached');let client =newmemcached('localhost:11211');
Setting a Key:
To set a key with a value, you use the set function. Here's an example: