# View Caching Analyzer
|Category||Severity||Time To Fix|
|🚀 Performance||Minor||5 minutes|
This analyzer ensures that your views are cached while your app is in a non-local environment.
By default, Blade template views are compiled on demand. When a request is executed that renders a view, Laravel will compile the view if a pre-compiled view does not already exist (or if the view has been modified more recently than the compiled view).
View caching pre-compiles all of the views utilized by your application. This can provide a nice performance boost for your Laravel app.
# How To Cache Your Views
You may cache your Laravel routes using the
view:cache Artisan command:
php artisan view:cache
If you wish to clear your view cache, you may use the
view:clear Artisan command:
php artisan view:clear
You should make sure to re-cache your views as part of your application deployment so that re-compiles are not required while serving requests.