A simple and scalable ledger for financial transactions
Indexing data through RediSearch is a novelty for me. Before, I only knew to access values knowing the associated keys - there was no way to query data on particular conditions on values. This had the Redis developer design key schemes that would hold parts of data, which was limiting and cumbersome to say the least. To get a sense of how this works, see the checkWalletExists function implementation in the turbo-ledger go implementation:
Redis Go client
You should have mentioned how we're using plain Redis commands through go-redis - choosing not to use any third-party RediSearch or RedisJson specialized clients. This way, we stay as close as possible to Redis commands, not using any abstractions or ORMs.
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