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Collection of helpers for building asyncio daemons.

Project description

Collection of helpers for building asyncio daemons.

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Installation

Pillars is available on PyPI.

$ pip3 install pillars

Quickstart

import pillars
import aiohttp

app = pillars.Application(name="example")
http = pillars.transports.http.Application()

app.listen(
    app=http,
    name="http",
    runner=aiohttp.web.AppRunner(http),
    sites=(functools.partial(aiohttp.web.TCPSite, host="127.0.01", port=8080),),
)

http.router.add_route("GET", "/", hello_world)

async def hello_world(request):
    return pillars.Response(status=200, data={"data": "Hello world"})

For more examples see the examples folder.

Changelog

0.4.1

  • Add on_connection callback to websocket site

0.4.0

  • Add on_started signal

0.3.0

  • Dependencies update

0.2.4

  • Bugfix for json_encoder argument

0.2.3

  • Add custom json encoder for UUID
  • Add json_encoder argument to pillars.Response

0.2.2

  • Fix ARI engine shutdown

0.2.1

  • Properly close websocket connection
  • Remove pg uuid encoder
  • Log when pg jsonb encode fails
  • Use aiohttp exception for ARI transports

0.1.1

  • Initial release

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