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<b>index: Contents</b><br>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#Getting started">Getting started</a><br>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#Full programming examples">Full programming examples</a><br>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#FAQs and benchmarks">FAQs and benchmarks</a><br>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#HOWTOs about selected features">HOWTOs about selected features</a><br>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#Hacking">Hacking</a><br>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#Videos">Videos</a><br>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#Recipes and books">Recipes and books</a>
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&iuml;&raquo;&iquest;= Redis Documentation =<br/><br/><a href="" target="_blank">Russian Translation</a>Hello! The followings are pointers to different parts of the Redis Documentation.<h1><a name="Getting started">Getting started</a></h1><ul><li> New! You can now <a href="" target="_blank">Try Redis directly in your browser!</a>.</li><li> <a href="README.html">The README</a> is a good starting point to know more about the project.</li><li> <a href="QuickStart.html">This short Quick Start</a> provides a five minutes step-by-step istructions on how to download, compile, run and test the basic workings of a Redis server.</li><li> <a href="CommandReference.html">The command reference</a> is a description of all the Redis commands with links to command specific pages. You can also download the <a href="" target="_blank">Redis Commands Cheat-Sheet</a> provided by Mason Jones (btw some command may be missing, the primary source is the wiki).</li><li> <a href="IntroductionToRedisDataTypes.html">A Fifteen Minutes Introduction to the Redis Data Types</a> explains how Redis data types work and the basic patterns of working with Redis.</li><li> <a href="" target="_blank">the Simon Willison Redis Tutorial</a> is a <b>must read</b>, very good documentation where you will find a lot of real world ideas and use cases.</li><li> <a href="" target="_blank">Redis from the ground up</a> is an impressive article to know more about Redis if you are a newcomer.</li><li> <a href="" target="_blank">Getting started with Redis and Python</a></li></ul>
<h1><a name="Full programming examples">Full programming examples</a></h1><ul><li> <a href="TwitterAlikeExample.html">This is a tutorial about creating a Twitter clone using *only* Redis as database, no relational DB at all is used</a>, it is a good start to understand the key-value database paradigm.</li></ul>
<h1><a name="FAQs and benchmarks">FAQs and benchmarks</a></h1><ul><li> <a href="Benchmarks.html">The benchmark page</a> is about the speed performances of Redis.</li><li> <a href="FAQ.html">Our FAQ</a> contains of course some answers to common questions about Redis. Not very up-to-date.</li></ul>
<h1><a name="HOWTOs about selected features">HOWTOs about selected features</a></h1><ul><li> <a href="ReplicationHowto.html">The Redis Replication HOWTO</a> is what you need to read in order to understand how Redis master <code name="code" class="python">&lt;-&gt;</code> slave replication works.</li><li> <a href="AppendOnlyFileHowto.html">The Append Only File HOWTO</a> explains how the alternative Redis durability mode works. AOF is an alternative to snapshotting on disk from time to time (the default).</li><li> <a href="VirtualMemoryUserGuide.html">Virtual Memory User Guide</a>. A simple to understand guide about using and configuring the Redis Virtual Memory.</li><li> <a href="RedisPipelining.html">Redis Pipelining Guide</a>.</li><li> Memory optimization: Full of keys, a <a href="" target="_blank">blog post at</a> showing how to use Redis 2.0 and hashes to create a setup where you can store 5 times more data in your Redis instance.</li><li> <a href="" target="_blank">Implementing auto complete with Redis</a>.</li></ul>
<h1><a name="Hacking">Hacking</a></h1>
<ul><li> <a href="ProtocolSpecification.html">The Protocol Specification</a> is all you need in order to implement a Redis client library for a missing language. PHP, Python, Ruby and Erlang are already supported.</li><li> Look at <a href="RedisInternals.html">Redis Internals</a> if you are interested in the implementation details of the Redis server.</li></ul>
<h1><a name="Videos">Videos</a></h1><ul><li> <a href="" target="_blank">Ezra Zygmuntowicz at the Mountain West Ruby Conference 2009</a> to know the most important Redis ideas in few minutes.</li><li> <a href="" target="_blank">Salvatore Sanfilippo and Pieter Noordhuis at the SF Redis Meetup</a></li></ul>
<h1><a name="Recipes and books">Recipes and books</a></h1><ul><li> <a href="" target="_blank">The Redis Cookbook</a> is a collaborative effort to provide some good recipe.</li><li> There is an ongoing effort to write a Redis book for O'Reilly</li></ul>
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