Nohm is an object relational mapper (ORM) written for node.js and redis.
- redis >= 2.4
If you haven't done this yet: install npm
curl http://npmjs.org/install.sh | sh
npm install nohm
- nohm/examples/rest-user-server very basic user example (needs express)
- Beauvoir Simple project management app - by yuchi
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To run the tests you need to have nodeunit v0.6.4. This will be installed if you installed nohm with the --dev argument. Otherwise you can run:
npm install firstname.lastname@example.org
Careful: This requires a running redis server. (you can configure host/port with the command line arguments --redis-host 126.96.36.199 --redis-port 1234)
The tests also create a lot of keys in your database that look something like this:
After the tests have run all keys that match the pattern nohmtests:* are deleted! You can prevent this by passing --no-cleanup (which will leave hundreds or thousands of test keys in your database). You may also change the prefix ("nohmtests") part doing something like
node test/tests.js --nohm-prefix YourNewPrefix
Now the keys will look like this: