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A really lightweight and simple API server, built on the socketserver module

Project description

Meager

Meager is a tiny web framework built on the socketserver module in Python.

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Installation

Meager is available on PyPI.

You can install meager using pip: pip install meager

Examples

This is the simplest way of using meager, returning html upon a request to "/".

The module is heavily inspired by flask, and it's ease of use, and readability.

Example returning html

import meager
app = meager.Server(host="0.0.0.0", port=8080) # Set binding ip address and port, default is localhost:2090

@app.router.route("/")
def index(request):
    return "<h1>Hello world!</h1>"
app.serve()

Example returning JSON

import meager
app = meager.Server()
example_dict = {"key1": "val1", "key2": "val2"}

@app.router.route("/")
def index(request):
    return example_dict # It can detect if you're sending a dictionary
                        # and automatically changes the "Content-Type:" header to application/json 
   
app.serve()

Dynamic GET example

import meager
app = meager.Server()

@app.router.route(request, "/api/<name>")
def api(name):
    return {"status": "success", "name": name}

app.serve()

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