Tag: phpredis

Background jobs with php and resque: part 8, a glance at php-resque-ex

In all the previous part of this tutorial serie, we were using php-resque. But in some cases, this original library is not enough. Php-resque-ex is a fork of php-resque, and provides additional features. It has the same API as php-resque, and can replace it without problems.

Background jobs with php and resque: part 3, installation

As said in part 2, we’ll use php-resque for our queue system. In this part, I’ll explain how to install all the tools needed to run php-resque, a port of Resque. Resque (pronounced like “rescue”) is a Redis-backed library for creating background jobs, placing those jobs on multiple queues, and processing them later. Obviously, we’ll […]

CakeResque 1.0

Just released the version 1.0.0 of Cake-Resque a few days ago. A big update that comes with a lot of bug fixes and new functions, thanks to feedback on Fresque, the sister version of Cake-Resque not tied to a framework. Some of the new features : Composer is used to manage all dependencies Php-resque-Ex is […]

PHP Resque with phpredis

In my quest of speed and performance, I wanted to implement a queue system in my PHP backed-end website, to defer non-essential tasks, such as logging, send notification/email, warming up cache etc … There’s already some good and popular messaging system like Gearman and rabbitMQ, and many others that’s written for java, ruby etc … […]