RediNav is a desktop GUI client used to connect to any number of Redis servers and manage their databases - add, edit, remove, clone, export, import.
+Secure connection through SSH tunnel
+Secure connection over SSL/TLS
+Support Redis Labs Enterprise Cloud cluster
+Redis plain text password authentication
+Dark and Light themes (Mojave ready)
+Terminal UI (execute arbitrary Redis commands and Lua scripts)
+Cluster mode ON support (incl. connecting to individual nodes in Terminal)
+Infinite number of saved connections/servers
+Direct connection to Redis server port
+Adjustable connection and execution timeout
+Easy to navigate connections, databases and keys using tree-like interface (server-database-namespace-key)
+Lazy loading namespaces (performance)
+Ability to save key content to a local file
+Ability to set a connection in “read-only” mode (client side) for increased safety
+Utilize “namespaces” as folder-like structure
+Enable disable dangerous operations - database flush, name space deletion
+Export key(s), namespace or entire database to JSON file
+Import keys from JSON
+Multi-member selection for member based keys
+Multi-field selection for hash keys
+Key content search
+Database level key name filtering
Limitations (depends on computer memory and CPU)
+Not to be used for binary key names and content (but still can handle them at some degree)
+Huge number of keys in a single “folder” might be a problem (e.g. 1 million keys)
+Hash keys with huge number of fields (e.g. 1 million fields)
+Searching list key having big number of members
+Huge number of database (e.g. 500)
+Some operations are permitted if connection is in Cluster Mode
* Application Source code covered by GPLv3
* Using Qt Libraries under LGPLv3
* Fix link to RediNav source code
Ratings and Reviews
I have been searching for a mac redis GUI for quite a long time now. It's hard to believe how BADLY they're all designed. Literally the design decisions on most are absolutely asinine, which is hard to believe because the DB programs are so good (like Postico, etc). RediNav was the first one that was like a breath of fresh air. complicated enough where it has what you need and the GUI is nice and fresh, clean, and COMPACT. Not extremely bloated where only 6 records fit on the screen in an unresizable column. great work guys, keep the updates coming!
Great Redis client
After upgrading to MacOS Big Sur, I was unable to load this application. However, as promised, the developer has updated the app and I am once again experiencing RediNav's Redis GUI client joy.
Developer Response ,
App is being updated, ETA 22 Jan 2021.
We are sorry for the inconvenience
Just what I need it !!!
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- 25.3 MB
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- Requires macOS 10.13 or later.
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