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concordia-redis

Concordia-redis

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A redis module for Concordia. Implemented as a simple wrapper around the excellent Node Redis.

Usage

As a redis wrapper

All Node Redis commands are supported. For instance, you can use:

concordia.set('foo', 'bar');

As concordia-cache

You can use concordia-redis as as implementation of the concordia-cache. If you want to do this, require the module like so:

concordia.loadModule$(require('concordia-redis').concordiaCache);

Concordia cache is an extremely basic caching mechanism. It has a set and a get command.

concordia.cache.set('foo', 'bar')
    .then(function(cacheKey) {
        return concordia.cache.get('foo');
    })
    .then(function(result) {
        console.log(result); //-> foo
    });

If you don't feel like making up your own key, you can use a shortcut that creates a random key for you.

concordia.cache.dump('bar')
    .then(function(key) {
        console.log(key); //-> <uuid>
    });

The set command takes a timeout in seconds as an optional argument.

concordia.cache.set('foo', 'bar', 30);
concordia.cache('bar', 30);

Configuration

Use the configuration options under the redis key.

var options = {
    redis: {
        port: 6379,         //optional
        host: '127.0.0.1',  //optional
        //...other options.
    }
}

To see what other options you can pass, check the redis.createClient documentation.