Builder for a service host.
A library for building a long running service in python.
This library is inspired by ASPNETCORE. This package provides a set of classes and interfaces that simplify the initialization of a service by integrating configuration management from dnry.config and container based dependency injection using pyioc3.
This library was intended as a platform on which to create long-running services and reduce boiler plate code. You can create your own service host use one from the DNRY.SrvHost library.
pip install dnry-srvhost-builder
Create your own own service host
from dnry.srvhost.builder import SrvHostBase class AppHost(SrvHostBase): def run(self, *args, **kwargs): print('Do something cool!')
Build your program
from dnry.config import IConfigFactory from dnry.srvhost.builder import SrvHostBuilder, ISrvHostContext, ISrvHost from pyioc3 import StaticContainerBuilder def setup_config(ctx: ISrvHostContext, conf: IConfigFactory): # Add configuration files here pass def setup_services(ctx: ISrvHostContext, services: StaticContainerBuilder): services.bind( annotation=ISrvHost, implementation=AppHost) if __name__ == "__main__": SrvHostBuilder("App") \ .config_configuration(setup_config) \ .config_services(setup_services) \ .build() \ .run()
That's it! You are ready to build something cool. You can do much more
in setup_service and setup_config. For information on how to use the
IConfigFactory, see the documentation at en0/dnry-config.
For more information on how to use
StaticContainerBuilder, see the
documentation at en0/pyioc3.
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