Python microservice framework
Project homepage: https://github.com/palankai/pyrs-resource
Issue tracking: https://github.com/palankai/pyrs-resource/issues
What is this package for
In the python world there are many RESTFul framework. Some of them based on Django others are based on Flask. I’ve tried some but I had the feeling, I want to learn one, the use with Django or Flask or even Odoo. And I don’t mention sometimes I found them not flexible enough. So, I’ve decided write my own independent framework what anybody can use in at least the mentioned 3 different worlds.
Nutshell (notice that, it would be the achivement)
from pyrs import resource from pyrs.resource import GET class UserResouce: @GET(response=ArrayOfUserSchema) def get_users(self): return User.objects.all() @PUT(path='/<int:user_id>', response=UserSchema, request=UserSchema) def update_user(self, user_id, body): user = get_object_or_404(User, pk=user_id) user.name = body['name'] user.email = body['email'] user.save() return user app = resource.Application() app.add('/user', UserResouce)
In this example I’ve shown Django (like) example. The schema is based on pyrs.schema. Even if I tend to use that framework, you would be able to use any other.
Using simple classes or even functions (no inheritance)
Wrapped error handling, errors can be serialised
Works with python 2.7, 3.3, 3.4 (tested against these versions)
Hooks for extending the dispatching process
$ pip install pyrs-resource
See requirements.txt for details, but mainly depends on Werkzeug. I’m using that project routing capabilities. Also depends on pyrs.schema as I mentioned in nutshell section.
This code right now really in beta state. I plan to release soon as possible a completely working code, but right now it’s just shaping.
This work is part of pyrs framework. The complete framework follow the same intention to implement flexible solution.
I really welcome any comments! I would be happy if you fork my code or create pull requests. I’ve already really strong opinions what I want to achieve and how, though any help would be welcomed.
Feel free drop a message to me!
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