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mark anderson
mark anderson
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Need to learn how to get objects from cache; if the object doesn't exist; how to "pull in" the object > populate cache

I'm an old programming dog - trying to learn some new tricks (current coding techniques). My team is learning to use node.js to check a cache (in this case eXtreme Scale) for a JSON object. If the object IS there - pull back back the array and populate the UI. If the object is NOT there, go to the source (system of record / ie: dbms, file system, etc.) and populate the cache (for the next / same call) AND bring it back to the UI. I just completed the node.js basics. Which TreeHouse class should I take to learn how to do this type of programming?