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redis-rank

2.0.0 • Public • Published

📊 redis-rank

Manage real-time leaderboards using Redis

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Features

  • Lightweight: minimal dependencies, only ioredis is required
  • Performance: guaranteed at most one trip to Redis on each function call*, taking advantage of ioredis's pipelining and Lua scripts
  • Drop-in replacement: use any existing sorted set as a leaderboard
  • Clear interface: Promise-based & provides TypeScript definitions
  • Periodic leaderboards: create recurring leaderboards: daily, weekly, monthly, etc or use a custom cycle
  • Combine leaderboards: create a matrix of leaderboards: update, filter and retrieve multiple entries in a single call
  • Export: export your leaderboards for long-term storage
  • Tested: 100% code coverage

Quick Start

⚙️ Install

$ npm install redis-rank ioredis

Redis 2.6.12 or newer is required. The package ioredis is a peer dependency and must be installed separately.

🔗 Import and connect

ES5

const Redis = require('ioredis');
const { Leaderboard } = require('redis-rank');

ES6

import { Redis } from 'ioredis';
import { Leaderboard } from 'redis-rank';

You will have to provide a ioredis connection. See here for more information.

let client = new Redis({
    host: "127.0.0.1",
    port: 6379
});

You are ready, now read one of the examples linked below!

Examples

API

Running tests

A Redis server in localhost without password is expected.

⚠️ Note: The database #15 will be flushed ⚠️

$ npm test

I tried with ioredis-mock but I experienced some issues with Lua scripts so we have to rely on a real Redis server (which I think is better anyway).

License

MIT. See LICENSE.

Install

npm i redis-rank

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Version

2.0.0

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