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Collection of useful middlewares for aiohttp applications.

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Collection of useful middlewares for aiohttp.web applications.

  • Works on Python 3.6+
  • Works with aiohttp 3.5+
  • BSD licensed
  • Latest documentation on Read The Docs
  • Source, issues, and pull requests on GitHub

Quickstart

By default aiohttp.web does not provide many built-in middlewares for standart web-development needs such as: handling errors, shielding view handlers, or providing CORS headers.

aiohttp-middlewares tries to fix this by providing several middlewares that aims to cover most common web-development needs.

For example, to enable CORS headers for http://localhost:8081 origin and handle errors for aiohttp.web application you need to,

from aiohttp import web
from aiohttp_middlewares import cors_middleware, error_middleware


app = web.Application(
    middlewares=(
        cors_middleware(origins=("http://localhost:8081",)),
        error_middleware(),
    )
)

Check documentation for all available middlewares and available initialization options.

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