Redis Remote Procedure Calls (RPC)

While I’m not sure if it is a good or really stupid idea I decided to start trying to implement a RPC library on the redis database. In theory it should be a good idea as you can have a very fast and persistent multi-consumer queue of tasks (like rabbit-mq or other AMQP) which can be worked out to also give answers back. Also using redis permits to quickly distribute work over multiple servers by simply running another server without any change to the code itself. If you want to check REPC (yes, this is the only name I have been able to think of…), you can take a look at https://github.com/amol-/repc Serialization format for data is JSON just because […]

Stroller goes open source

Stroller it is our way to do e-commerce! We have already some clients that we fit on this module written in python and easily importable to have a fully e-commerce section to work with. Just after testing it in production for some customers and already in a stable shaped we decided to deliver it as a community edition in free software. In fact you can now download it from pypi: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/stroller or just checkout the sources over our repositories: hg clone http://repo.axant.it/hg/stroller For now stroller does not have a site and a home ;( but fortunately all of our projects are listed in a fancy “temp house” on project.axantlabs.com as it has stroller, just checkout http://projects.axantlabs.com/Stroller You’ll see there the […]