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predis - Flexible and feature-complete Redis client for PHP and HHVM

  •    PHP

Flexible and feature-complete Redis client for PHP >= 5.3 and HHVM >= 2.3.0.Predis does not require any additional C extension by default, but it can be optionally paired with phpiredis to lower the overhead of the serialization and parsing of the Redis RESP Protocol. For an experimental asynchronous implementation of the client you can refer to Predis\Async.

phpredis - A PHP extension for Redis

  •    C

The phpredis extension provides an API for communicating with the Redis key-value store. It is released under the PHP License, version 3.01. This code has been developed and maintained by Owlient from November 2009 to March 2011.You can send comments, patches, questions here on github, to n.favrefelix@gmail.com (@yowgi), to michael.grunder@gmail.com (@grumi78) or to p.yatsukhnenko@gmail.com (@yatsukhnenko).

redis-windows - Vagrant redis configuration and the binary releases of MS Open Tech redis port of windows

  •    Shell

This project contains the binary releases of MS Open Tech redis port of windows as well as a vagrant configuration for redis letting you run the native version of Redis in a Virtual Box VM.Whilst it's recommended to use Redis on Linux in production, it is often useful for developers on Windows platforms to have their own local version of redis running to develop with.




cloudtunes - Web-based music player for the cloud :cloud: :notes:

  •    CoffeeScript

CloudTunes provides a unified interface for music stored in the cloud (YouTube, Dropbox, etc.) and integrates with Last.fm, Facebook, and Musicbrainz for metadata, discovery, and social experience. It is similar to services like Spotify, except instead of local tracks and the fixed Spotify catalog, CloudTunes uses your files stored in Dropbox and music videos on YouTube.CloudTunes is a side project of @jakubroztocil who is a bit of a music nerd and who likes to build stuff. In 2012 he decided to create an iTunes-like webapp to make music stored all over the cloud easily discoverable and accessible: hence CloudTunes.

Opserver - Stack Exchange's Monitoring System

  •    CSharp

Known as “status” internally, Opserver provides a fast overall view of all our major systems that also allows drilling in for more detail. For an idea of the UI, you can see some screenshots from our Velocity 2013 talk.Installation should be a snap, just build this project as-is and deploy it as an IIS website. If monitoring windows servers and using integrated auth sections (e.g. live polling, SQL, exception logs) then using a service account with needed permissions is all you need to do on the auth side. After that, configure Opserver to monitor your systems, keep reading for how.


CacheManager - CacheManager is an open source caching abstraction layer for

  •    CSharp

CacheManager is an open source caching abstraction layer for .NET written in C#. It supports various cache providers and implements many advanced features.The main goal of the CacheManager package is to make developer's life easier to handle even very complex caching scenarios. With CacheManager it is possible to implement multiple layers of caching, e.g. in-process caching in front of a distributed cache, in just a few lines of code.

spring-data-redis - Provides support to increase developer productivity in Java when using Redis, a key-value store

  •    Java

The primary goal of the Spring Data project is to make it easier to build Spring-powered applications that use new data access technologies such as non-relational databases, map-reduce frameworks, and cloud based data services. This modules provides integration with the Redis store.You can find out more details from the user documentation or by browsing the javadocs.

Exceptionless - Exceptionless server and jobs

  •    CSharp

Refer to the Exceptionless documentation wiki.We provide very reasonably priced hosting at Exceptionless. By using our hosted service, you are supporting the project and helping it get better! We also provide set up and support services.

huststore - High-performance Distributed Storage

  •    C

huststore is a open source high performance distributed database system. It not only provides key-value storage service with extremely high performance, up to 100 thousand QPS, but also supports data structures like hash, set, sorted set, etc. Also, it can store binary data as value from a key-value pair, and thus can be used as an alternative of Redis.In addtion, huststore implements a distributed message queue by integrating a special HA module, features including message Push Stream, and message Publish-SubScribe, these features can be used as replacements of the corresponding features in rabbitmq and gearman.

reds - light-weight, insanely simple full text search module for node.js - backed by Redis

  •    Javascript

reds is a light-weight Redis search for node.js. This module was originally developed to provide search capabilities for Kue a priority job queue, however it is very much a light general purpose search library that could be integrated into a blog, a documentation server, etc.Version 1.0.0 is syntactically compatible with previous versions of reds (0.2.5). However, natural has been updated. Documents indexed with older installs of reds (using natural v0.2.0) may need to be re-indexed to avoid some edge cases.

flipper - :dolphin: feature flipping for ruby (performant and simple)

  •    Ruby

Feature flipping is the act of enabling or disabling features or parts of your application, ideally without re-deploying or changing anything in your code base. The goal of this gem is to make turning features on or off so easy that everyone does it. Whatever your data store, throughput, or experience, feature flipping should be easy and have minimal impact on your application.

recommendable - :+1::-1: A recommendation engine using Likes and Dislikes for your Ruby app

  •    Ruby

Recommendable is a gem that allows you to quickly add a recommendation engine for Likes and Dislikes to your Ruby application using my version of Jaccardian similarity and memory-based collaborative filtering. Bundling one of the queueing systems above is highly recommended to avoid having to manually refresh users' recommendations. If you bundle Sidekiq, you should also include 'sidekiq-middleware' in your Gemfile to ensure that a user will not get enqueued more than once at a time. If bundling Resque, you should include 'resque-loner' for this. As far as I know, there is no current way to avoid duplicate jobs in DelayedJob. Queueing for Torquebox is also supported.

SncRedisBundle - A Redis bundle for Symfony supporting Predis and PhpRedis

  •    PHP

This bundle integrates Predis and phpredis into your Symfony application. This bundle is also available via composer, find it on packagist.

docker-compose-nodejs-examples - Finally some real world examples on getting started with Docker Compose and Nodejs

  •    Javascript

Docker Compose is an awesome tool for creating isolated development environments with Docker by using simple configurations with YAML. It's clean and easy enough to wrap your head around, even if you are new to Docker. Even though, the official website is lacking some practial, real world examples for getting started with Docker Compose and Nodejs. I hope the following real world examples will save you from some headache (like I had) while trying to figure out how to (pragmatically) use Docker Compose for your Nodejs apps.





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