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Petisco is a framework for helping Python developers to build clean Applications

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petisco :cookie: version ci pypi

Petisco is a framework for helping Python developers to build clean Applications in Python.

:warning: disclaimer: not stable yet

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Installation :computer:

pip install petisco

Installation with Extras

pip install petisco[flask]
pip install petisco[sqlalchemy]
pip install petisco[redis]
pip install petisco[rabbitmq]
pip install petisco[fixtures]
pip install petisco[flask,sqlalchemy,redis,rabbitmq,fixtures]

Getting Started :chart_with_upwards_trend:

Flask Application (by Petisco :cookie:)

Check the following repo to learn how to use petisco with flask: petisco-task-manager

Configure your Application :rocket:

Configure your app using the petisco.yml

app:
  name: taskmanager
  version:
    from_file: VERSION
tasks:
  recurring-task:
    run_in: 5 # seconds
    interval: 10 # seconds
    handler: taskmanager.tasks.recurring_task
  scheduled-task:
    run_in: 10 # seconds
    handler: taskmanager.tasks.scheduled_task
  instant-task:
    handler: taskmanager.tasks.instant_task
framework:
    selected_framework: flask
    config_file: swagger.yaml
    port: 8080
    port_env: PETISCO_PORT
logger:
    selected_logger: logging
    name: petisco
    format: "%(name)s - %(levelname)s - %(message)s"
    config: taskmanager.src.config.logging.logging_config
persistence:
  config: taskmanager.src.config.persistence.config_persistence
  models:
    task: taskmanager.src.modules.tasks.infrastructure.persistence.models.task_model.TaskModel
    event: taskmanager.src.modules.events.infrastructure.persistence.models.event_model.EventModel
providers:
   services_provider: taskmanager.src.config.services.services_provider
   repositories_provider: taskmanager.src.config.repositories.repositories_provider
events:
  publish_deploy_event: True
  publisher:
    provider: taskmanager.src.config.events.publisher_provider
  subscriber:
    provider: taskmanager.src.config.events.subscriber_provider
    subscribers:
      store-event:
        organization: acme
        service: taskmanager
        topic: taskmanager-events
        dead_letter: True
        handler: taskmanager.src.modules.events.application.store.event_store.event_store

For instance, if your app don't need cron dispatchers, events persistence and repositories, you can remove it from the petisco.yml:

app:
  name: taskmanager-nopersistence
  version:
    from_file: VERSION
framework:
    selected_framework: flask
    config_file: swagger.yaml
    port: 8080
    port_env: PETISCO_PORT
logger:
    selected_logger: logging
    name: petisco
    format: "%(name)s - %(levelname)s - %(message)s"
    config: taskmanager.src.config.logging.logging_config
providers:
   services_provider: taskmanager.src.config.services.services_provider

Logging

If you use a logging-based logger

logger:
    selected_logger: logging # <---
    name: petisco
    format: "%(name)s - %(levelname)s - %(message)s"
    config: taskmanager.src.config.logging.logging_config

You can set logging level with the environment variable PETISCO_LOGGING_LEVEL.

Options:

PETISCO_LOGGING_LEVEL: DEBUG
PETISCO_LOGGING_LEVEL: INFO
PETISCO_LOGGING_LEVEL: WARNING
PETISCO_LOGGING_LEVEL: ERROR
PETISCO_LOGGING_LEVEL: CRITICAL

Handlers

petisco implement a sort of decorator to handle common behaviour of application elements.

Controller Handler

Add it to your entry point controller and manage the behaviour:

    from petisco import controller_handler
    from meiga import Success

    @controller_handler()
    def my_controller(headers=None):
        return Success("Hello Petisco")

controller_handler parameters:

Parameters
----------
app_name
    Application Name. If not specified it will get it from Petisco.get_app_version().
app_version
    Application Version. If not specified it will get it from Petisco.get_app_version().
logger
    A ILogger implementation. If not specified it will get it from Petisco.get_logger(). You can also use NotImplementedLogger
token_manager
    TokenManager object. Here, you can define how to deal with JWT Tokens
success_handler
    Handler to deal with Success Results
error_handler
    Handler to deal with Failure Results
headers_provider
    Injectable function to provide headers. By default is used headers_provider
logging_types_blacklist
    Logging Blacklist. Object of defined Type will not be logged. By default ( [bytes] ) bytes object won't be logged.
publisher
    A IEventPublisher implementation. If not specified it will get it from Petisco.get_event_publisher().
send_request_responded_event
    Boolean to select if RequestResponded event is send. It will use provided publisher
"""

Model your Domain

Value Objects

Extend ValueObject to model your Value Objects.

Find some examples in petisco/domain/value_objects

Aggregate Root

Extend AggregateRoot to model your Aggregate Roots

from petisco import AggregateRoot, UserId, Name
from my_code import UserCreated

class User(AggregateRoot):

    def __init__(self, name: Name, user_id: UserId):
        self.name = name
        self.user_id = user_id
        super().__init__()

    @staticmethod
    def create(name: Name):
        user = User(name, UserId.generate())
        user.record(UserCreated(user.user_id, user.name))
        return user

Use semantic constructors and record domain Events very easy.

user = User.create(Name("Petisco"))
events = user.pull_domain_events() # Events ready to be published

Events

Extend Event to model your domain events.

from petisco import Event, UserId, Name

class UserCreated(Event):
    user_id: UserId
    name: Name

    def __init__(self, user_id: UserId, name: Name):
        self.user_id = user_id
        self.name = name
        super().__init__()

To prevent the propagation of Id parameters throughout your domain, you can compose your Event with a InfoId

user_created = UserCreated(user_id, name).add_info_id(info_id)

How can we publish and consume events?

  • We publish events using an EventBus, and
  • Consume events using an EventConsumer.

To learn more about this topic, and how to configure it, please take a look to EventManagement documentation.

Webhooks

Create your webhooks easily with Webhook class.

Check how to use it with a simple example:

  1. Run a service that will expose an entry point where webhooks will be attended:
    export FLASK_APP=examples/webhooks/subscribed_app.py; python -m flask run
    
  2. Execute a Webhook:
    python examples/webhooks/execute_webhook.py
    

Testing :white_check_mark:

Petisco Fixtures

Import useful petisco fixtures with :

from petisco.fixtures import *

We can use petisco_client to simulate our client in acceptance tests

import pytest

@pytest.mark.acceptance
@pytest.mark.persistence_source("acme")
def test_should_return_200_when_call_healthcheck(
    petisco_client
):
    response = petisco_client.get("/petisco/environment")
    assert response.status_code == 200

Included in petisco_client we can find petisco_sql_database. This fixture will create and connect a database and after the test this will be deleted.

Note that to use these fixtures you must indicate with a marker the persistence source. In the above example the persistence source is named acme.

Extras

RabbitMQ

To test RabbitEventManager you need to run locally a RabbitMQ application, otherwise related test will be skipped. Please, check the official doc here: https://www.rabbitmq.com/download.html

Run RabbitMQ with docker

docker run -it --rm --name rabbitmq -p 5672:5672 -p 15672:15672 rabbitmq:3-management

Please, check examples in examples/pubsub

Run a Subscriber

python examples/pubsub/sub.py

Run a Publisher:

python examples/pubsub/pub.py

Run a Subscriber linked to a dead letter queues.

python examples/pubsub/dl_sub.py

This can be used to requeue nack events.

Configurations
  • RABBITMQ_HEARTBEAT: (default: 60 s)
  • RABBITMQ_USER: (default: guest)
  • RABBITMQ_PASSWORD: (default: guest)
  • RABBITMQ_HOST: (default: localhost)
  • RABBITMQ_HOST: (default: 5672)
  • RABBITMQ_CONNECTION_NUM_MAX_RETRIES: (default: 15)
  • RABBITMQ_CONNECTION_WAIT_SECONDS_RETRY: (default: 1)
  • RABBITMQ_MESSAGE_TTL: (default 1000 ms) If a queue is already created it will generate a precodition failure.

Development

Using lume

pip install lume

Then:

lume -install -all

Contact :mailbox_with_mail:

support@alicebiometrics.com

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