node-resque - It's Resque... For node! Background jobs using redis.

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new queue requires only the "queue" variable to be set. You can also pass the jobs hash to it.The configuration hash passed to new NodeResque.Worker, new NodeResque.Scheduler or new NodeResque.Queue can also take a connection option.

http://github.com/taskrabbit/node-resque

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ioredis : ^3.2.2

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