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Django Websocket for Django

Project description

Tornado WebSocket server backed with PikaClient connected on RabbitMQ.

The goal of this architecture is to provide a way to integrate full duplex websockets in synchronous application with RabbitMQ as message bus.

Server is Tornado WebSocketHandler with a PikaClient consumer.


git clone
cd django-bagou/example
virtualenv virtenv
source virtenv/source/activate
pip install django
pip install -e ..
python runserver
# In another terminal
python runwebsocket
# Go to http://localhost:8000


For example, incoming websocket messages from Tornado are pushed to a queue (Celery for example) or just computed.

  • Browser send websocket message

  • Tornado received it * Sending AMQP message * Run Celery task (from Django?)

  • Torndo reply to websocket

  • Browser received websocket message


Django application can publish messages on RabbitMQ, which will be consumed by Pika and pushed to websockets.

  • Running arbitary Python code

  • Send AMQP message to websocket queue

  • PikaClient wich run with Tornado consumed it

  • PikaClient tell Tornado to send websocket message to browser

  • Browser received websocket message


  • Channel permission

  • User authentification based on sessionid

  • Integrated with Celery ?

  • Helpers for getting channels

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