Redis adapter for js-data.
npm install --save js-data js-data-redis redis.
var JSData = ;var DSRedisAdapter = ;var store = ;var adapter =host: 'my.domain.com'port: 3333;store;// "store" will now use the Redis adapter for all async operations
Read about using JSData on the Server.
- Slack Channel - Better than IRC!
- Mailing List - Ask your questions!
- Issues - Found a bug? Feature request? Submit an issue!
- GitHub - View the source code for js-data.
- Contributing Guide
When submitting issues on GitHub, please include as much detail as possible to make debugging quick and easy.
- good - Your versions of js-data, js-data-redis, etc., relevant console logs/error, code examples that revealed the issue
- better - A plnkr, fiddle, or bin that demonstrates the issue
- best - A Pull Request that fixes the issue, including test coverage for the issue and the fix
Submitting Pull Requests
- Contribute to the issue/discussion that is the reason you'll be developing in the first place
- Fork js-data-redis
git clone email@example.com:<you>/js-data-redis.git
cd js-data-redis; npm install;
- Write your code, including relevant documentation and tests
npm test(build and test)
- You need io.js or Node 4.x that includes generator support without a flag
- Your code will be linted and checked for formatting, the tests will be run
dist/folder & files will be generated, do NOT commit
dist/*! They will be committed when a release is cut.
- Submit your PR and we'll review!
Have write access?
Here's how to make a release on the
package.jsonto the appropriate version.
npm testmust succeed.
- This time, the built
dist/js-data-redis.jsfile will be committed, so stage its changes.
- Mention the release version in the commit message, e.g.
Stable Version 1.2.3
- Push to master.
- Create a git tag. Name it the version of the release, e.g.
- Easiest way is to just create a GitHub Release, which will create the tag for you. Name the Release and the git tag the same thing.
git fetch originif you tagged it via GitHub Release, so you can get the tag on your local machine.
npm publish .(Make sure you got the version bumped correctly!)
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Copyright (c) 2014-2015 Jason Dobry
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