Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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PHP Cache with register_shutdown_function()

registershutdownfunction() registers a function for execution on shutdown.

In combination with obstart() and obget_clean() you can access the output before is sent to the user and cache or modify it.

cache.php

<?php
ob_start();
$dir = getcwd() . "/cache/";
$cache = $dir . md5($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']) . ".html";
if( file_exists($cache) && 
    (time()-filemtime($cache)) < 86400)
{
    die( file_get_contents($cache) );
}
function cacheSave( $cache ){
    if ( !error_get_last() )
        file_put_contents($cache, ob_get_flush());
}
register_shutdown_function('cacheSave', $cache );

Just add the following code at the beginning of the front controller to enable the cache:

require "cache.php";

Important
registershutdownfunction() access the filesystem from the root (/) so to access the files in your web root you have to use the absolute path!

RainCache
Here is a cache library that implements plugins, caches the HTML and minify CSS, JS
https://github.com/rainphp/RainCache/