- Talk to Redis from Node.js
- Fully asynchronous; your code is called back when an operation completes
- Binary-safe; uses Node.js Buffer objects for request serialization and reply parsing
- e.g. store a PNG in Redis if you'd like
- Client API directly follows Redis' command specification
- You have to understand how Redis works and the semantics of its command set to most effectively use this client
- Supports Redis' new exciting PUBSUB commands
- Automatically reconnects to Redis (doesn't drop commands sent while waiting to reconnect either) using exponential backoff
- Be sure to see this script for a deeper discussion
Documentationsee README file.
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