Redis

Redis Streams

Redis is the most popular key-value database store. Redis is used in the majority of large-scale applications. In fact, we at Codeforgeek use Redis to handle frequent caching. You might be reading this article from the Redis cache. You can learn more about Redis and Database caching here. While building large-scale distributed systems, we often …

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Building Email Verification System Using Node and Redis

Node.js and Redis are a very powerful combination to yield a high-performance result. In the previous tutorial, we have covered the installation and useful Redis commands. In this tutorial, we will take one step ahead and build a useful real-time application. We have already covered Redis as session store in one of our tutorial. If …

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Building a URL Shortener with Node.Js and Redis

A URL shortener is a pretty popular application on the Web. URL shortener saves spaces so that one can send it in emails, tweet it on Twitter while still redirecting to the original URL. For example, consider this URL: https://www.amazon.in/Apple-iPhone-XR-64GB-White/dp/B07JGXM9WN/ If we generate the short URL of this, it will be: sleepy-dawn-98666.herokuapp.com/bvVDmIUq It’s simple, compact …

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Node.js and Redis tutorial – Installation and commands

Redis is the high-performance in-memory database used as data structure store. Redis supports hash, strings, lists and other complicated data structures by maintaining very high performance. Redis along with Node.js can be used as to solve various problems such as cache server or message broker. In this tutorial, we will cover popular and useful Redis …

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