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Putting data into cache

This API request places the object into Backendless cache and maps it to the specified key. If the timeToLive argument is not set, the object will expire from cache in 2 hours from the time when it is put in cache.

- (void)putWithKey:(NSString * _Nonnull)key object:(id _Nonnull)object responseHandler:^(void)responseHandler errorHandler:^(Fault * _Nonnull)errorHandler;

- (void)putWithKey:(NSString * _Nonnull)key object:(id _Nonnull)object timeToLiveSec:(NSInteger)timeToLiveSec responseHandler:^(void)responseHandler errorHandler:^(Fault * _Nonnull)errorHandler;
func put(key: String, object: Any, responseHandler: (() -> Void)!, errorHandler: ((Fault) -> Void)!)

func put(key: String, object: Any, timeToLiveSec: Int, responseHandler: (() -> Void)!, errorHandler: ((Fault) -> Void)!)

where:

Argument                Description
key key assigned to the object to identify it in cache. The key is used to retrieve the object from cache or to check if the cache still contains the object.
object object to place into cache.
timeToLiveSec numeric value (in seconds) indicating how long the object must stay in cache before it is expires. When an object expires, Backendless automatically removes it from cache. The default value is 7200 seconds.

Example

Weather *weater = [Weather new];

[Backendless.shared.cache putWithKey:@"CacheWeather" object:weater timeToLiveSec:30 responseHandler:^{
    NSLog(@"Object has been placed into cache");
} errorHandler:^(Fault *fault) {
    NSLog(@"Error: %@", fault.message);
}];
let weather = Weather()

Backendless.shared.cache.put(key: "CacheWeather", object: weather, timeToLiveSec: 30, responseHandler: {
    print("Object has been placed into cache")
}, errorHandler: { fault in
    print("Error: \(fault.message ?? "")")
})