Simple Get/Put API for the Borium Queue
Borium provides an API for the borium queue. It exposes simple get/set methods to grab and push jobs.
Borium is a simple queue system written by Kazuyoshi Tlacaelel. To learn more, visit the project repository.
import borium response = borium.put(job_type, config) # sends the job to the queue job = borium.get(job_type) # fetches a job
In both examples, job_type is a string that specifies the job that is to be enqueued. The config, though dependent on the job itself, is usually a JSON object containing the configuration needed.
All requests to the queue will return an object containing a key called status. In the case of get this can be: nothing, unparseable, error or found. In the case of put this can be: error or stored.
If the job was found, the object will also include the key “job” which includes the config string passed.
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