Here, I will show you how to work Laravel Class “AppHttpControllersCache” not found. This article will give you a simple example of laravel class app http controllers cache not found. let’s discuss laravel cache not found. I explained simply about Class ‘AppHttpControllersCache’ not found in laravel.
You can solve ‘Class “AppHttpControllersCache” not found’ issue in laravel 6, laravel 7, laravel 8 and laravel 9 version.
A few days ago I was working on my laravel app and I simply create a cache with users key using Cache facade. When I run the project then I found ‘Class “AppHttpControllersCache” not found’ error. you can see bellow screenshot as well.
After some research, I found that If you are using the “Cache” facade in Controller, Middleware, or blade file then you must have used facade on top.
so let’s see bellow solution and example code here:
You must need to add “use IlluminateSupportFacadesCache;” on top of controller, middleware, command, event or blade files. Let’s see bellow:
You can see controller file code, how to use it.
class UserController extends Controller
* Display a listing of the resource.
* @return IlluminateHttpResponse
public function index(Request $request)
Cache::put('users', 100, $seconds = 10);
I hope it can help you…