Flask extension that creates a simple interface to Bitmapist analytics library
Flask extension that creates a simple interface to the Bitmapist analytics library.
[A] Python library [that] makes it possible to implement real-time, highly scalable analytics that can answer the following questions:
- Has user 123 been online today? This week? This month?
- Has user 123 performed action “X”?
- How many users have been active this month? This hour?
- How many unique users have performed action “X” this week?
- What % of users that were active last week are still active?
- What % of users that were active last month are still active this month?
- Which users performed action “X”?
$ pip install flask-bitmapist
from flask import Flask from flask_bitmapist import FlaskBitmapist, mark app = Flask(__name__) flaskbitmapist = FlaskBitmapist() flaskbitmapist.init_app(app) @app.route('/') @mark('index:visited', 1) # current_user.id def index(): """using the mark decorator, the first argument is the event and the second is the id of the current_user """ return 'Hello, world!' if __name__ == '__main__': app.run()
For documentation on the mark decorator, look at the mark_event Bitmapist function.
|BITMAPIST_REDIS_SYSTEM||string||Name of Redis System; defaults to default|
|BITMAPIST_REDIS_URL||string||URL to connect to Redis server; defaults to redis://localhost:6379|
|BITMAPIST_TRACK_HOURLY||boolean||Tells Bitmapist to track hourly; can also be passed to mark (e.g., @mark('active', 1, track_hourly=False))|
|BITMAPIST_DISABLE_BLUEPRINT||boolean||Disables registration of default Bitmapist Blueprint|
One of the nice things about Bitmapist is its simple bit operations API and the data cohort that you get. For more information about the cohort, visit the Bitmapist README.
When you initialize the flask-bitmapist extension, a blueprint is registered with the application.
||/bitmapist/||Default Bitmapist index|
||/bitmapist/cohort||Demo cohort retrieval and heatmap generation|
To run the tests, ensure that you have Redis running on port 6399:
$ redis-server --port 6399
Then you can simply run:
$ python setup.py test
To seed fake data for testing, run:
$ python scripts/seed.py
The full Flask-Bitmapist documentation is available at ReadTheDocs.
If you’re interested in contributing to Flask-Bitmapist, get started by creating an issue here. Thanks!