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Redis support for Sanic framework

Project description

Redis support for Sanic framework

Features

  • Based on the aioredis library
  • Easy to use and configurate for your own projects

Installation

This package should be installed using pip:

pip install sanic-redis-extension

Example

from sanic import Sanic, response
from sanic_redis_ext import RedisExtension


app = Sanic(__name__)
# Configuration for Redis
app.config.update({
    "REDIS_HOST": "127.0.0.1"
    "REDIS_PORT": 6379
    "REDIS_DATABASE": None
    "REDIS_SSL": None
    "REDIS_ENCODING": None
    "REDIS_MIN_SIZE_POOL": 1
    "REDIS_MAX_SIZE_POOL": 10
})
RedisExtension(app) # Connection pool is available as `app.redis` or `app.extensions['redis']`


@app.route("/")
async def handle(request):
    with await request.app.redis as redis:
        await redis.set('test-my-key', 'value')
        val = await redis.get('test-my-key')
    return response.text(val.decode('utf-8'))

License

The sanic-redis-extension is published under BSD license. For more details read LICENSE file.

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