Redweb is a web interface to the Redis key-value store and server. It is written in Python, and is built on the Bottle micro-framework. With Redweb, you can easily interact with Redis through your web browser, utilizing POST functionality. But Redweb is more than that, too. The Redweb source can be reused to create neat web applications that utilize Bottle and Redis. So Redweb is sort of like a reversible jacket -- you get two nice features for the price of one.
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released on 8 April 2010
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