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WebSockets for bottle

Project description

Bottle Tornado Websocket
========================

This project adds websocket capabilities to [bottle](http://bottlepy.org), leveraging [tornado](http://www.tornadoweb.org/)

### Install
Use `pip` or `easy_install`:

pip install bottle-tornado-websocket

### Requirements

* Bottle
* Tornado

### Usage
Import the server and tornado's WebSocketHandler:

from bottle.ext.tornado.websocket import TornadoWebSocketServer
from tornado.websocket import WebSocketHandler

Create your application handlers, for example:

class EchoWebSocket(tornado.websocket.WebSocketHandler):
def open(self):
print 'Connected')

def on_message(self, message):
self.write(message)

def on_close(self):
print 'Connection closed')

Map handlers to urls:

tornado_handlers = [
(r"/echo", EchoWebSocket)
]

Note: the `.*` is automatically mapped as a last handler to your normal bottle application

And then use the provided server:

run(port=8080, server=TornadoWebSocketServer, handlers=tornado_handlers)

### Example
To echo chat example just run `chat.py` in `examples/echo` folder:

python echo.py

To run chat example just run `chat.py` in `examples/chat` folder:

python chat.py

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