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redis weekly Issue #97
Jun 19 2015

Reading

Redis, set, node - Finding sets with the same members in Redis with Node.js

Using Redis as Your Main Superfast Persistent Database in Node & Express

Beyond Request-Response

Implementing a new pattern in Django, using Redis as a state repository.

Prototyping fun with Flask and Redis

Redis Hot Patch - Using the LUA vulnerability to patch itself

Plans for Redis 3.2

Parsing the Redis TCP Protocol

Watching

High-performance messaging with Go and Redis

Code and libraries

storage-pod - Store data in Redis, get back the key it was stored at

The purpose of the library is to transport chunks of data between multiple processes. It will serialize your data, store it in Redis and provide you with the key it used to store it. You can then send the key to the other process (for example via pub/sub or a queue) and it can then receive the package. That's all.

bee-queue - a simple, fast, robust job/task queue for Node.js, backed by Redis

pottery - Redis for humans

Redis is awesome, but Redis clients are not awesome. Pottery is a Pythonic way to access Redis. If you know how to use Python dicts and sets, then you already know how to use Pottery.

aspnet-redis-providers - ASP.NET Redis Providers

This repository contains code for Session State and Output Cache providers for Redis.

node-redis-rolling-limit - Rolling rate limit in redis via a lua script

A rolling rate limit using Redis. Uses a lua script for atomic operations and to prevent blocked actions from substracting from the bucket.


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