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A Flask extension for RQ.

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A Flask extension for RQ (Redis Queue).

This is a continuation of Flask-RQ more in spirit than in code. Many thanks to Matt Wright for the inspiration and providing the shoulders to stand on.

Installation

pip install Flask-RQ2

Getting started

To quickly start using Flask-RQ2, simply create an RQ instance:

from flask import Flask
from flask_rq2 import RQ

app = Flask(__name__)
rq = RQ(app)

Alternatively, if you’re using the application factory pattern:

from flask_rq2 import RQ
rq = RQ()

and then later call init_app where you create your application object:

from flask import Flask

def create_app():
    app = Flask(__name__)

    from yourapplication.jobs import rq
    rq.init_app(app)

    # more here..
    return app

For more information see the full documentation on Read The Docs.

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