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Cache middleware for Fiber designed to intercept responses and cache them. This middleware will cache the Body, Content-Type and StatusCode using the c.Path() as unique identifier. Special thanks to @codemicro for creating this middleware for Fiber core!

Request Directives
Cache-Control: no-cache will return the up-to-date response but still caches it. You will always get a miss cache status.
Cache-Control: no-store will refrain from caching. You will always get the up-to-date response.


func New(config ...Config) fiber.Handler


Import the middleware package that is part of the Fiber web framework

import (

After you initiate your Fiber app, you can use the following possibilities:

// Initialize default config

// Or extend your config for customization
Next: func(c *fiber.Ctx) bool {
return c.Query("refresh") == "true"
Expiration: 30 * time.Minute,
CacheControl: true,

Or you can custom key and expire time like this:

ExpirationGenerator: func(c *fiber.Ctx, cfg *cache.Config) time.Duration {
newCacheTime, _ := strconv.Atoi(c.GetRespHeader("Cache-Time", "600"))
return time.Second * time.Duration(newCacheTime)
KeyGenerator: func(c *fiber.Ctx) string {
return utils.CopyString(c.Path())

app.Get("/", func(c *fiber.Ctx) error {
c.Response().Header.Add("Cache-Time", "6000")
return c.SendString("hi")


// Config defines the config for middleware.
type Config struct {
// Next defines a function to skip this middleware when returned true.
// Optional. Default: nil
Next func(c *fiber.Ctx) bool

// Expiration is the time that an cached response will live
// Optional. Default: 1 * time.Minute
Expiration time.Duration

// CacheHeader header on response header, indicate cache status, with the following possible return value
// hit, miss, unreachable
// Optional. Default: X-Cache
CacheHeader string

// CacheControl enables client side caching if set to true
// Optional. Default: false
CacheControl bool

// Key allows you to generate custom keys, by default c.Path() is used
// Default: func(c *fiber.Ctx) string {
// return utils.CopyString(c.Path())
// }
KeyGenerator func(*fiber.Ctx) string

// allows you to generate custom Expiration Key By Key, default is Expiration (Optional)
// Default: nil
ExpirationGenerator func(*fiber.Ctx, *Config) time.Duration

// Store is used to store the state of the middleware
// Default: an in memory store for this process only
Storage fiber.Storage

// allows you to store additional headers generated by next middlewares & handler
// Default: false
StoreResponseHeaders bool

// Max number of bytes of response bodies simultaneously stored in cache. When limit is reached,
// entries with the nearest expiration are deleted to make room for new.
// 0 means no limit
// Default: 0
MaxBytes uint

// You can specify HTTP methods to cache.
// The middleware just caches the routes of its methods in this slice.
// Default: []string{fiber.MethodGet, fiber.MethodHead}
Methods []string

Default Config

var ConfigDefault = Config{
Next: nil,
Expiration: 1 * time.Minute,
CacheHeader: "X-Cache",
CacheControl: false,
KeyGenerator: func(c *fiber.Ctx) string {
return utils.CopyString(c.Path())
ExpirationGenerator: nil,
StoreResponseHeaders: false,
Storage: nil,
MaxBytes: 0,
Methods: []string{fiber.MethodGet, fiber.MethodHead},