Act 3: “The Server” — Using Redis as Message Broker and Session Store at Node.js

In this article we will give a short overview about the core features of Redis and how to use it from within a Node.js application. Our final goal is to implement a little chat application by using Redis as a message broker.

Setup of the server:

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