A framework for network services
An asynchronous event-based python framework designed for building TCP/IP services, such as telnet, HTTP and websocket servers.
Asynchronous event-based framework
Supports multiple servers
Requires Python 3.10 or later, see installation.
See the Documentation for details of how Mara works.
Note: Version 2.0.z is in development, and the API is subject to change without notice. The last release to support Python 2 and 3.9 was version 0.6.3.
Install Mara with pip install mara, then write your service using event handlers.
A minimal Mara service looks something like this:
from mara import App, events from mara.servers.socket import SocketServer app = App() app.add_server(SocketServer(host="127.0.0.1", port=9000)) @app.listen(events.Receive) async def echo(event: events.Receive): event.client.write(event.data) app.run()
Save it as echo.py and run it:
$ python echo.py Server listening: Socket 127.0.0.1:9000
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