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Nedis: Redis Implemented With Node

Nedis is a (partial) redis implementation written with node. Primarily for fun, however as our team grows larger, and as we add more non-technical team members over at LearnBoost I figured it would be nice help prevent the need for compiling development dependencies.

Fun project: checked. Useful: not so sure — it can probably be used in the development environment as a Redis mock.

Original title and link: Nedis: Redis Implemented With Node (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://tjholowaychuk.com/post/4595959353/redis-implemented-with-node