Redis Ruby

Redis Ruby

A Ruby client that tries to match Redis' API one-to-one, while still providing an idiomatic interface. It features thread-safety, client-side sharding, pipelining, and an obsession for performance.

Rubygem redis

Total Downloads
6507989
Releases
46
Current Version
3.0.7
Released
2014-01-21 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-06-10 03:00:00 UTC
Depends on following gems
Depending Gems
776

Github redis/redis-rb

Watchers
1793
Forks
339
Development activity
Less active
Last commit
2014-04-02 15:08:10 UTC
Contributors
76
Issues
Wiki pages

Resources

Submitted Type Title
2013-03-18 15:18:06 UTC
by Bart ten Brinke
Blog Post
www.retrosync.com referencing sphinx, document, data, mysql2, ruby, search, gem, and Redis Ruby 0  
2012-06-04 08:05:50 UTC
by Ezekiel Templin
Blog Post
www.mikeperham.com referencing RVM and Redis Ruby 1  
2011-11-18 14:46:46 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Guide
dev.mensfeld.pl referencing Redis Ruby 0  
2011-11-02 17:20:56 UTC
by Ezekiel Templin
Blog Post
rubysource.com referencing Redis Ruby and qu 0  
2011-10-20 07:20:24 UTC
by Ezekiel Templin
Blog Post
opensoul.org referencing Resque, Redis Ruby, and qu 1  
2011-06-16 09:18:42 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Guide
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Redis Ruby 1  
2011-06-01 16:56:01 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Blog Post
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Redis Ruby 0  
2011-05-26 17:14:25 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Presentation
nosql.mypopescu.com referencing EventMachine and Redis Ruby 0  
2011-03-26 12:27:35 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Screencast
railscasts.com referencing I18n, Ruby on Rails, and Redis Ruby 0  
2011-03-24 19:46:23 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Guide
jimneath.org referencing Ruby on Rails and Redis Ruby 0  

Comments

Stefan Huska wrote 2013-01-21 10:25:05 UTC:

Repository was moved to https://github.com/redis/redis-rb

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