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Django package for via nodejs

Project description

### What is django-socketio-events?

Simply adds functionality to Django applications by proxying Django behind a Nodejs/SocketIO server.

Any callback function defined in an `app_folder` is exposed to Socket.IO as the target `my_app.callback_fn`. See examples below.

### Usage

python runserverjs <hostname> <public port> <proxy port> <socket port>

In any Django template that you want a Socket IO connection, add this templatetag to your HEAD:

{% load nodjango %}
<!doctype html>
<script type="text/javascript" src="//"></script>
{% socketio_head_scripts %}
<button>Click Me</button>
<script type="text/javascript">
socket.on('my_callback', function(data){

$('button').on('click', function(){
socket.emit('django', {
'event': 'my_app.change_color',
'callback': 'my_callback',
'color': 'red'

# my_app/

def change_color(color):
# change color
# ...
# profit
return {'result': 42}

### Installation

pip install django-socketio-events

And then add `nodjango` to your `INSTALLED_APPS`.

### Under the hood

* [virtual-node]( for installing [node.js]( in a Python virtualenv.
* [Django]( web framework

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