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Dive into Redis Event Library

Yesterday while diving into Redis code you probably noticed Redis has implemented its own event library. Today you can learn more about the Redis event library implementation.

The best way to understand how the Redis event library works is to understand how Redis uses it.

Original title and link: Dive into Redis Event Library (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.yiihsia.com/2011/01/%EF%BB%BFredis-event-library/