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Websocket to message broker gateway

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A websocket to rabbitmq gateway


Makes it easy to talk to websocket clients using rabbitmq queues.

Websocket to message broker gateway for servers:

websocket client (browser) <---> pushpull gateway <----> message broker (rabbitmq) <---> your backend application
                                                                                      \-> the authenticator module

Includes some standard authenticator modules


Requires python3.5+:

pip install pushpull


  1. install a rabbitmq server and a mongodb server
  2. run tox


Run the websocket server:


Run the CLI websocket client:

pushpull-client challenge_websocket http://localhost:8080/ user_token

Run the CLI rabbitmq client:

pushpull-client challenge_amqp amqp://localhost/ user_id

Run the CLI rabbitmq authenticator:

pushpull-client authenticate_amqp amqp://localhost/ pushpull.auth.simple_file:main,user_db.txt

The user_db.txt is a text file with one entry per line:


Build docker image

install wheel:

pip install wheel

Build wheels for 3rd party and the project itself:

pip wheel -r requirements.txt -w wheelhouse
pip wheel . --no-deps -w wheelhouse-app
docker build -t pushpull .

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