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    Simple Redis

    This package is an abstraction layer on redis package to make functions more easy and with async/await usage in NodeJS. It's completelly written in TypeScript. It lets you use it for the Dictionary and also for the pub/sub system.


    npm install redis-simple-client


    const RedisSimpleClient = require('redis-simple-client');
    const redis = new RedisSimpleClient();

    Usage for dictionary

    async function test(){
      // You can set the URL for the connection, if the third argument is FALSE you will NOT use it for pub/sub.
      // The prefix helps you using the same redis client for different apps in the same database.
      // You will have prefix_variable, prefix_variable2, etc. in the redis store. 
      await redis.connect('redis://localhost:6379', 'prefix_', false);
      // Set and get variables.
      await redis.set('variable','value');
      const variable = redis.get('variable');
      console.log(variable); // outputs: 'value'
      // Set and get many variables.
      const variables = {
        var1: 'Testing 1',
        var2: 'Testing 2',
        var10: 'Testing 3',
      await redis.setMany(variables);
      let results = redis.getMany([var1,var2]);
      console.log(results); // Outputs: {var1: 'Testing 1', var2: 'Testing 2'}
      results = redis.getManyWithPattern('var1*');
      console.log(results); // Outpus: {var1: 'Testing 1', var10: 'Testing 3'}
      // Deleting values
      await redis.del(['var1']);
      await redis.delWithPattern('var1*'); // Will delete var1 and var10.
      // Counting and getting keys with patterns.
      await redis.keys('*'); //  Output: ['var2']
      await redis.count('*'); // Output: 1.
      // Get how many functions you realized.
      console.log(redis.getCounts()); / Output {get: 2, set: 5, count: 3...}.
      // Close the connection.
      await redis.close();

    Usage for pub/sub system

    async function test(){
      // You will still be able to use dictionary functions, but with TRUE you will also be able to use pub/sub.
      await redis.connect('redis://localhost:6379', 'prefix_', true);
      await redis.subscribe('CHANNEL', (message) => console.log(message));
      await redis.publish('CHANNEL', 'Hello!'); // Console will log "Hello!".
      await redis.unsubsribe('CHANNEL');
      await redis.close();

    All methods

    Method Description
    getRedis Gets original Redis Client.
    getCounts Gets an object with how many times each function was executed.
    setPrefix Establishes the prefix for all variables in Redis.
    isConnected Gets if redis is connected or not.
    resetCounters Sets all counters to zero.
    connect Connects to the specified url and sets the prefix.
    get Gets the entry with the specified key.
    getMany Gets many entries with the specified keys.
    getWithPattern Gets all the entries that fit the specified pattern.
    count Counts how many entries fit the specified pattern.
    set Sets the entry with the specified key
    setMany Sets many entries at the same time.
    incrBy Increases a variable by a specified number.
    decrBy Decreases a variable by a specified number.
    incr Executes incrBy with 1.
    decr Executes decrBy with 1.
    del Deletes all the specified entries.
    delWithPattern Deletes all the entries that fit the specified pattern.
    empty Deletes all entries.
    publish Sends a message to the specified channel.
    subscribe Listens to a specified channel.
    unsubscribe Stops listening to a specified channel.
    close Closes the connection.


    MIT © Matías Puig


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