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Django app to observe almost everything you want and pushes notifications to signals.

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django-howl

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What is django-howl

django-howl is a Django app where you can add custom observers and use them to check almost everything you want and pushes alerts to signals. You can connect to the signals and handle it in your way like sending notifications over different APIs.

Requirements

django-howl supports Python 3 only and requires at least Django 1.11. If you need support for Django 1.8.x or 1.9.x have a look at django-howl < 1.0.0

Installation

pip install django-howl
  • After Installation add it to INSTALLED_APPS in settings.py:
INSTALLED_APPS = [
    # other apps
    'howl',
]

Usage

Now you can login to the admin and configure some observers and build some nice apps with it.

Prepare for development

A Python 3.6 interpreter is required in addition to pipenv.

$ pipenv install --python 3.6 --dev

Now you’re ready to run the tests:

$ pipenv run py.test

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