RedBottle is a small, pluggable application skeleton that's designed to neatly integrate Bottle with Redis. Bottle is a simple, cool, fairly powerful Python micro-framework, with built-in routing and templating. Redis is a fast, powerful, persistent key-value store. Combined, they make a great combination! RedBottle uses a straight-forward, REST-like style to add, remove, and show simple string key-values.
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released on 18 March 2010
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