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Simple way to use WebSockets for Django with Tornado

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Django-tornado-websockets is a useful solution to provide an easy way to use Tornado WebSockets with a Django application.

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Works even if Python X.Y is not officially supported by Django X.Y

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Django

Python 2.7

Python 3.3

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Python 3.5

Python 3.6

Python 3.7

1.8

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1.9

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2.0

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Documentation

Documentation is available on Read the Docs:

But also on my own server: http://docs.kocal.fr/django-tornado-websockets/

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