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Deploy & run your code in a single function call.

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AegisBlade Python Client

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Deploy & run your code in a single function call.
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Installation

We recommend using virtualenv to create an isolated environment for your python application.

Install the python package as a dependency of your application.

$ pip install aegisblade

Or for python3:

pip3 install aegisblade

Hello World Example

const {aegisblade} = require('aegisblade');
const os = require("os");

/**
 * In this example the `helloWorld()` function will be run on a
 * server using AegisBlade. 
 */
async function helloWorld() {
    console.log(`The server's hostname is ${os.hostname()}`);

    return `Hello World from ${os.hostname()}`;
}

// Any target function to be run on AegisBlade must be exported.
module.exports = {helloWorld};

/**
 * The `main()` function will run on your local machine
 * and start the job running the `helloWorld()` function
 * on a server using AegisBlade.
 */
async function main() {
    let job = await aegisblade.run(helloWorld);

    console.log(`Job Id: ${job.id}`);
    console.log("Waiting for the job to finish running...");

    let jobReturnValue = await job.getReturnValue();
    let jobLogs = await job.getLogs();

    console.log(`Job Return Value: ${jobReturnValue}`);
    console.log(`Job Logs: ${jobLogs}`);
}

//  Using the `require.main === module` idiom to only run main when this script
//    is called directly is especially important when using AegisBlade to prevent
//    infinite loops of jobs creating jobs.
if (require.main === module) {
    (async () => {
        try {
            await main();
        } catch (err) {
            console.error(err);
        }
    })();
}

Note on Python 2

The official python organization will no longer support Python 2 following January 2020.

Due to it's popular usage though, we will likely continue to support a Python 2.7 client for the forseeable future.

Reference

Python Client Reference Docs

Contact

AegisBlade - @aegisbladehq - welovedevs@aegisblade.com

Project Link: https://github.com/aegisblade/aegis-nodejs

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