JRedis aims to provide a versatile interface between REDIS databases and Java systems.
JREDIS is composed of a Reference and a reference Implementation, under a unified top-level packages. (A single jar build is provided in this release, which can be included in your classpath and simply utilized.)
Further Java artifacts include testing, benchmarking, and example source directories. All these, and the core, can be found under the java directory. To build JREDIS, you will only need to compile the files under ~/java/src/.
This connector is exposed for use as org.jredis.ri.alphazero.JRedisClient and you simply need to instantiate and immediately use it to connect to your localhost REDIS server.
This is a synchronous mode connection, with blocking semantics for JRedis API, and is intended for use strictly in a synchronized request/reply manner.
Here are some key features of "JRedis":
· A complete functioning Synchronous connector for REDIS.
· Supports basic Java serialization
· Flexible and 'native' REDIS access
· Java 2 Standard Edition Runtime Environment
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Various bugs were fixed.
· Missing commands were added.
· An Extensions module was added.
· Clustering support was started for Redis 1.2.n compatible connectors.