The node client for the rejson module of redis. Under the hood it uses the
ioredis client, and the APIs are conformed to the conventions of
npm install iorejson
Unfortunately, the name
rejson in npm is already taken.
var Rejson = ;var instance = ;instanceinstance;value = instance;console;
This modules passes all connection options directly onto
ioredis, so you can just refer to its documentation for connection options.
By default, the client will connect automatically and emit a
ready event when the connection is established. You can either listen to the
ready event or use the
rejson.connect() method, which returns a promise that resolves when connection is established.
Commands not implemented:
To get started, simply install the require modules via
You may run the unit tests using
npm test. Make sure
eslint are in your global path.
You can make a file under
tests that is called
redis.json to specify your own redis credentials to use in tests.
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Copyright (c) 2017 Evan Huang firstname.lastname@example.org
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