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Trello Clone using Django, React, Redis

vdevired profile image Vikhyat Devireddy ・1 min read

A couple of friends and I made a full stack Trello clone using Django, React, and Redis. We would love it if you guys checked it out and wanted to contribute!

https://github.com/vdevired/trello-clone

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Giuseppe

Hi, can you explain why you have used Redis? Did you need a message broker? I'm studying RammitMQ and I'm looking for message broker use cases, thanks! :)
Ps: I think is useful if you give a general overview about the project :)

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Vikhyat Devireddy Author

Hey! We used Redis to store tokens for one-time links generated when you invite someone to join a project. We also used it to keep track of recently viewed boards. So we used Redis as a key-value store and not as a message broker. If you have any other questions, I'll answer them! Please do contribute to the project if you'd like

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Stokry

Really nice!

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Aldiyar Y.

Awesome!!

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Andrew Baisden

Nice, never get bored of looking at Kanbans :)

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Wise Introvert

Looks awesome!!

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a.samir97

Looks nice, but i have a question how do you create notification system without celery ?

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Vikhyat Devireddy Author

Made them via Django signals. Better to use celery I suppose.