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Helper library for interacting with flexes

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flexes-lib

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Client library for flexes

Dependencies

For asynchronous task execution Python >= 3.5 is required.

Usage at a glance

To run a task through the API synchronously

from flexes_lib.job import run_task

message = {'service': 'echo-test', 'test': True}
result = run_task(message)
print(result['status'])
# active

Asynchronous tasks are also supported

from asyncio import get_event_loop
from flexes_lib.async_job import run_task

message = {'service': 'echo-test', 'test': True}
result = loop.run_until_complete(run_task(message))
print(result['status'])
# active

The nice thing about asynchronous tasks is that you can run them in parallel. This example submits three jobs in parallel and then waits for all three to complete before returning the results.

from asyncio import gather, get_event_loop
from flexes_lib.async_job import run_task

m1 = {'service': 'echo-test', 'test': True}
m2 = {'service': 'echo-test', 'test': True}
m3 = {'service': 'echo-test', 'test': True}
results = loop.run_until_complete(
    gather(
        run_task(m1),
        run_task(m2),
        run_task(m3)
    )
)
print([result['status'] for result in results])
# ['active', 'active', 'active']

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