A set of tool for synchronizing local modification to remoteWSGI server, makes life of designer easier
NowSync is a set of tool for synchronizing local modification to remote WSGI server, makes life of designer easier.
There is two part of NowSync, one is the server, it runs your WSGI application and its own WSGI application for file synchronizing. And the other part of NowSync is the client, it monitors changes in local folders, if those files are changed, it will upload those modifications to remote server.
Which means, the designer doesn’t have to run a local application, all they have to do is get a copy of the application in his local computer, and run the NowSync client.
To install NowSync, type:
Or, if you perfer pip:
pip install nowsync
To run NowSync, you need to write a configuration file, it will be read both by the client and server, it is in YAML format, here is an example:
--- # show we turn on the debug mode of NowSync server? debug: True # NowSync server nowsync: interface: 0.0.0.0 port: 5001 # can be accessed by users only user_only: True # are we under a proxy? under_proxy: True # guest WSGI app server to run app: interface: 0.0.0.0 port: 5000 user_only: True under_proxy: True # the path of WSGI application to run # wsgi here is the module, and application is the variable name in # the module app_path: wsgi:application client: # url to NowSync API url: http://develop.example.com:5001/api/ # user name username: alvin password: password_goes_here # path to directory to sync sync_path: . # files that we want to sync sync_files: [ 'myproject/static/**', 'myproject/templates/**', ] # files that we don't want to sync ignore_files: [ '*.pyc', '.hg/*', '.git/*', '.*', 'nowsync.yaml', ] # users who can access to NowSync server or guest application users: alvin: password_goes_here ...
Put the configuration file nowsync.yaml in the folder of your project. The structure may look like this:
myproject/ + wsgi.py + nowsync.yaml + setup.py + myproject/ + static/ + templates/ + models/ + views/
To run nowsync server, here you type:
And you should see:
running nowsync_server INFO:nowsync.server:Start new process INFO:werkzeug: * Running on http://0.0.0.0:5001 * Running on http://0.0.0.0:5000/
With proper configuration in project folder, all designer has to do is get a copy of your project, and run:
cd myproject nowsync_client
For now, it synchronizes files in myproject, your designer just modify the template, CSS and images, and all the modifications will reflect in the remote WSGI server.