An async Redis client for Rust.
I just released a new major version of a redis client (fred) and I'd appreciate any feedback on it.
Structs and functions for implementing the Redis protocol.
The latest version is a complete rewrite on async/await, tokio 1.x, the latest redis-protocol, etc. It has fundamentally different design goals compared to the popular redis-rs library and is more opinionated in its dependencies, specifically regarding tokio vs async-std, so it's probably not the right choice for certain use cases as a result. Redis-rs works well, but when we originally adopted Rust at Azuqua we had different design concerns for our Redis client and this library naturally grew in a different direction as a result.
The modern API for authentication & user identity. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.
The Rust package registry
When I first released this I did it on my personal github, and when I moved it to the azuqua github I did it on the condition that the entire thing be MIT licensed and that I would retain ownership over the crates.io release via my personal github.
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