vertx-redis-client - Redis client for Vert.x

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The Vert.x Redis client provides an asynchronous API to interact with a Redis data-structure server.

http://vertx.io
https://github.com/vert-x3/vertx-redis-client


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io.vertx:vertx-dependencies:3.6.0-SNAPSHOT

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