OTools stands for Online Tools, which is a Cython/Python framework for developing multithread online systems in a simple way.
OTools stands for Online Tools, which is a Python/Cython framework for developing multithread online systems in a simple way.
This framework is the evolution of Akuanduba, a very similar framework I've developed. Although Akuanduba seemed OK to me, I realized it wasn't really user-friendly. OTools was developed to get as simple as possible and yet powerful.
Just install it by using pip!
pip3 install otools
I wouldn't recommend going straight to the examples or trying to write code of your own, but it's up to you!
My recommendation is:
- Read the OTools 101 at the docs (or just read the full documentation)
- Start by running the simplest example
- (Optional) Check out few other examples
- Write code of your own
- Submit issues here.
- Implement CLI (?)
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