Medis starts with all the basic features you need:
- Keys viewing/editing
- SSH Tunnel for connecting with remote servers
- Terminal for executing custom commands
- Config viewing/editing
It also supports many advanced features:
- JSON/MessagePack format viewing/editing and built-in highlighting/validator
- Working with millions keys and key members without blocking the redis server
- Pattern manager for easy selecting a sub group of keys.
Note: Medis only supports Redis >= 2.8 version because
SCAN command was introduced since 2.8.
SCAN is very useful to get key list without blocking the server, which is crucial to the production environment. Because the latest stable is 3.0 and 2.6 is a very old version, Medis doesn’t support it.
You can download compiled versions of Medis for Mac OS X from the release page. Support for Windows and Linux is coming soon.
$ npm install
$ npm run build
Run with Electron:
$ npm run electron
Connect to Heroku
Medis can connect to Heroku Redis addon to manage your data. You just need to call
heroku redis:credentials --app APP to get your redis credential:
$ heroku redis:credentials --app YOUR_APP redis://x:[email protected]:PORT
And then input
PASSWORD to the connection tab.
I Love This. How do I Help?
- Simply star this repository :-)
- Help us spread the world on Facebook and Twitter
- Contribute Code! We’re developers! (See Roadmap below)
- Medis is available on the Mac App Store as a paid software. I’ll be very grateful if you’d like to buy it to encourage me to continue maintaining Medis. There are no additional features comparing with the open-sourced version, except the fact that you can enjoy auto updating that brought by the Mac App Store.
- Windows and Linux version (with electron-packager)
- Support for SaaS Redis services
- Lua script editor
- Cluster management
- GEO keys supporting