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Redis gets a web interface: Redweb

CouchDB has Futon and recently LoveSeat to access it over a web browser. MongoDB has futon4mongo and phpMoAdmin for the same functionality. So why not something similar for Redis?

Starting a couple of days ago, there is a web interface for Redis too: Redweb ☞. Built on top of the Bottle Python web framework, this initial version supports the following features:

  • adding key-values
  • append lists and sets
  • add/delete elements from sorted sets
  • check length and cardinality
  • get random elements

Ted Nyman, the creator of Redweb, has also brought us RedBottle, a REST-style app for Redis. Anyway, as for the other Redis over HTTP solution, I believe there can be some improvements in terms of the RESTfulness.