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WSGI adapter for aiohttp.

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**aiohttp-wsgi** is a WSGI adapter for aiohttp.


- Run WSGI applications (e.g. Django, Flask) on `aiohttp <>`_.
- Handle thousands of client connections, using the latest `evented networking library <>`_.
- Add `websockets <>`_ to your
existing Python webapp!


WSGI applications are run in an asyncio `executor <>`_.
This allows existing Python frameworks like Django and Flask to run normally without
blocking the main event loop or resorting to hacks like monkey-patching the Python
standard library. This enables you to write the majority of your application code in a safe,
predictable environment.

Asyncronous parts of your application (e.g. `websockets <>`_)
can be run on the same network port, using the `aiohttp router <>`_
to switch between your WSGI app and asyncronous code.


1. Install using ``pip install aiohttp-wsgi``.

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Support and announcements

Downloads and bug tracking can be found at the `main project
website <>`_.

More information

The aiohttp-wsgi project was developed by Dave Hall. You can get the code
from the `aiohttp-wsgi project site <>`_.

Dave Hall is a freelance web developer, based in Cambridge, UK. You can usually
find him on the Internet in a number of different places:

- `Website <>`_
- `Twitter <>`_
- `Google Profile <>`_

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