Realtime communication for Python web applications
Real-time Communication for web applications with SignalR Incredibly simple real-time web for python WSGI servers and frameworks
Today's modern websites are expected to deliver up-to-date information without hitting a refresh button. Add that real-time functionality to your python web applications.
What is real-time functionality? It's the ability to have your server-side code push content to connected clients as it happens, in real-time.
SignalPy apps can be written in python code and added to your server app with or without application framework. many servers and web applications are WSGI.
else: you can use default server ( ServeLight ) and inbuilt application framework.
What can you do with SignalPy
While chat is often used as an example, you can do a whole lot more. SignalPy also enables completely new types of applications that require high-frequency updates from the server, such as real-time gaming.
Open source, open protocol
SignalPy is open-source on GitHub. In addition to the source code, protocol specification the for communication between hubs and clients is open too.
Connect from everywhere
SignalPy will use WebSockets when it's available, and gracefully falls back on other technologies when it isn't, while your application code stays the same.
SignalPy is simple but not powerful like SignalR
SignalPy vs SignalR
Don't compare SignalPy and SignalR. Signalr is a powerful method for .NET framework. Its not for python it is an example for SignalPy. SinalPy is not powerful like SignalR. Help me to improve this project like SignalR.
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