Provides Redis.io Client Extensions for queues, capped collections and stacks.
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ServiceStack Redis Client Extensions

Redis is one of the fastest and feature-rich key-value stores to come from the NoSQL movement. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is not volatile, and values can either be strings lists, sets, sorted sets or hashes.

ServiceStack's C# Redis Client is an Open Source C# Redis client based on Miguel de Icaza previous efforts with redis-sharp. RedisExtensions adds support for Queue, Capped Collections and Stacks when you use ServiceStacks's C# Redis Client.

This Extensions are based on QR which helps you create and work with queue, capped collection (bounded queue), deque, and stack data structures for Redis in Python.

Features

  • Queue, Capped Collection and Stack structures.
  • Concurrency full supported, due atomic Redis.io operations
  • Thread Safe
  • Connection pooling
  • Push Notification "New element on queue", when a new item has been added, QueueManager rises a notification through Redis.io's "Pub/Sub" to all subscripted clients. If the client is not busy, an Async Action will be executed with the Item as param.

How to use it?

// Create a Queue
var cq1 = new QueueManager<string>(qn);
// Clear the queue
cq1.Flush();
// Subscribe for New Items pushed notifications.
cq1.SubscribeForNewItem(x => {
    Log.Debug("Incoming item cq1 Item:" + x);
});
// Or just pop it out on demand
var item = cq1.Pop();
  • In order to run the tests you must have a Redis Server running.
  • If you already have one, please setup the URLs in app.config.
  • If not, you may want to use a x64 binary in services/redis.io.2.2.2.x64. Execute start.bat

More infomation about Redis?

I strongly suggets you to visit ServiceStack's C# Redis Client and take a look to the README file.

What comes next?

  • Add CappedCollectionManager and StackManager. DONE
  • Add notification support for those structures. DONE
  • Do some benchmark tests.