Using Redis with .Net C#

    In order to use Redis with C# you will need a C# Redis client. In following sections, we will demonstrate the use of StackExchange.Redis, General purpose Redis client. Additional C# clients for Redis can be found under the C# section of the Redis Clients page. Installing StackExchange.Redis StackExchange.Redis' installation instructions are given in the "Installation" section of its README file. It can be installed via the nuget package manager console with the following command:

    Using Redis with C

    In order to use Redis with C you will need a C Redis client. In following sections, we will demonstrate the use of hiredis, a simple C client for Redis. Additional C clients for Redis can be found under the C section of the Redis Clients page. Installing hiredis Download the latest hiredis release from the GitHub repository. Opening a Connection to Redis Using hiredis The following code creates a connection to Redis using hiredis' synchronous API:

    Using Redis with Drupal 7

    Installing Redis for Drupal Follow these steps to install Redis as a cache for Drupal: Install Predis under sites/all/libraries/predis. Download and install the Drupal Redis module. Configuring Redis for Drupal To configure Drupal to use Redis as a cache, append the following lines to your settings.php file with the specified changes: $conf['redis_client_interface'] = 'Predis'; $conf['redis_client_host'] = 'hostname'; $conf['redis_client_port'] = port; $conf['redis_client_password'] = 'password'; $conf['lock_inc'] = 'sites/all/modules/contrib/redis/redis.lock.inc'; $conf['cache_backends'][] = 'sites/all/modules/contrib/redis/redis.

    Using Redis with Java

    In order to use Redis with Java you will need a Java Redis client. In following sections, we will demonstrate the use of Lettuce and Jedis. Additional Java clients for Redis can be found under the Java section of the Redis Clients page. Lettuce Lettuce is a scalable thread-safe Redis client providing both synchronous and asynchronous connections. Installing Lettuce Lettuce's installation instructions are given in the "Binaries/Download" section of its README file.

    Using Redis with Node.js

    In order to use Redis with Node.js you will need a Node.js Redis client. In following sections, we will demonstrate the use of node_redis, a complete Redis client for Node.js. Additional Node.js clients for Redis can be found under the Node.js section of the Redis Clients page. Installing node_redis node_redis installation instructions are given in the README file. To install using npm issue the following command: npm install redis Opening a Connection to Redis Using node_redis The following code creates a connection to Redis using node_redis:

    Using Redis with PHP

    In order to use Redis with PHP you will need a PHP Redis client. In following sections, we will demonstrate the use of Predis, a flexible and feature-complete Redis client library for PHP >= 5.3. Additional PHP clients for Redis can be found under the PHP section of the Redis Clients page. Installing Predis Predis' installation instructions are given in the "How to Use Predis" section of its README file.

    Using Redis with Python

    In order to use Redis with Python you will need a Python Redis client. In following sections, we will demonstrate the use of redis-py, a Redis Python Client. Additional Python clients for Redis can be found under the Python section of the Redis Clients page. Installing redis-py redis-py's installation instructions are given in the "Installation" section of its README file. Use pip to install redis-py: sudo pip install redis You can also download the latest redis-py release from the GitHub repository.

    Using Redis with Ruby

    In order to use Redis with Ruby you will need a Ruby Redis client. In the following sections, we will demonstrate the use of redis-rb, a Ruby client library for Redis. Additional Ruby clients for Redis can be found under the Ruby section of the Redis Clients page. Installing redis-rb redis-rb's installation instructions are given in the README file. Use gem to install redis-rb: gem install redis Or, include redis-rb in your Gemfile by adding to it the following line: