Medis - GUI for Redis
Developer: Zihua Li
Current Version: 0.6.0
Last Updated: 9 months ago
Download Size: 39.2 MB - Download
Medis is a beautiful, easy-to-use Redis GUI management application for Redis >= 2.8.
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 of keys and key members without blocking the Redis server
* Pattern manager for easy selecting a subgroup of keys.
We continue to bring features everybody wants!
1. New you can search strings inside key contents.
2. Support switching databases for Heroku Redis add-on.
3. Several bugfixes.
1. SSL connection support (finally!). Now you can enjoy Medis with Redis Labs & Azure.
2. Allow duplicating favorites.
3. Change the code font to "Consolas" to make the text clearer.
4. Allow quick connecting by double clicking.
5. Support Elastic Cache Redis & RedisLabs for selecting databases.
Most Helpful Reviews
Nice Redis Management tool - Very nice app for handling Redis on my development machine. I have found it to be a daily choice for handling my Redis tasks-
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just what I needed - really great tool! we should all support projects like this!
Good tool - This tool does everything I need it to for my daily work with Redis, my only wish is that it optionally provided a “tree” view of the redis cache similar to RedisDesktopManager. The Redis caches I work on typically have 40,000+ keys in them, so the default list does not give me a great overview of the entire cache at once. This is not a deal breaker, just something i’d love to see added. I love that Medis displays the value type of each key, and the filtering capability by key name is great too. The “Config” tab is a huge help, as most of the options provided are ones I would typically need to configure either via the console AND also add to the config file. Being able to do it in one spot is awesome.