You can save a lot of time, money, and frustration by using prewritten libraries and tools when making your full stack apps. One such tool is Redis. Redis is a server that works on most platforms for server-side caching, pub/sub, messaging, Lua scripting, and data structure storage. It is thread-safe, loves puppies and is good with small children.
Seriously, even if you just use Redis as your cache, you’ll save a lot of frustration and make your app scalable.
This tutorial gives an example of using Redis for pub/sub, also known as Publish/Subscribe. All this will be done using Clojure’s Carmine library. (Additional documentation for Carmine found here.
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For a brief intro to setting up Redis with Clojure using Carmine, see my earlier post on setting up Redis with Clojure.
The most common killer use for Redis is as a key-value store. You simply get and set values in it like in a map. It’s very handy for site wide session storage with web apps, or even in more traditional applications.
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If you’ve ever done enterprise web application development, you’ve heard of Redis. Redis has a lot of uses, but the most common is as replacement for your standard session. Even just using it’s key-value store (think hashmap on steroids), Redis provides so much power that many enterprise sites integrate it into their larger projects.
Lucky for those of us using Clojure, Redis integrates nicely using Carmine, an open source Clojure library for interacting with Redis.
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