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Common messaging extension. Provides base messaging services that other service build on

Project description

Let use handle the boring stuff!

The messaging extension provides an abstract interface to various messaging implementations. This lets your application seamlessly migrate from AMQP to SQS without any changes to your main application code.

Note

The primary focus of work is on asyncio based queues.

Installation

Install using pip or pipenv:

# Using pip
pip install pyapp-Messaging

# Using pipenv
pipenv install pyapp-Messaging

Usage

This library is easiest used with the injection framework eg:

from pyapp.injection import inject, Args
from pyapp_ext.messaging import MessageReceiver

@inject
def my_function(queue: MessageReceiver = Args(name="job_queue")):
    queue.send_message("Do job A")

or using asyncio:

from pyapp.injection import inject, Args
from pyapp_ext.messaging.asyncio import MessageSender

@inject
async def my_function(sender: MessageSender = Args(name="job_queue")):
    await sender.send("Do job A")

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