Elastic Event Components is an open source software library to build flexible architectures using dataflow graphs.
E2C.py - Elastic Event Components for Python
Elastic Event Components is an open source software library to build flexible architectures using
dataflow graphs. A graph node represents any operation, while the graph edges represent the data
of the operation. Each parameter can be bound to any number of operations and thus brought
into a flow. Elastic Event Components also includes flow visualization.
Through E2C, processes and software architectures can be visualized by dataflow graphs, which can be converted into executable applications. Functional dependencies can be defused by E2C and thus significantly increase the changeability and quality of components and software projects.
See Installing E2C for instructions on how to build from source.
Try your first E2C program
>>> import e2c >>> config = ( ... '.run -- action', ... 'action.render -- render', ... ' render.out -- .out', ... 'action.log -- log', ... ' log.store -- .out') >>> def action(data: str, render, log): ... render(data) ... log('Render done!') >>> graph = e2c.Graph[str, str](config) >>> graph.actor('action', action) >>> graph.actor('render', lambda dat, out: out(dat)) >>> graph.actor('log', lambda dat, store: store(dat)) >>> graph.visualize() >>> graph.run_continues('Hello, E2C', print) Hello, E2C Render done!
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