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A Restful Framework Based On Gunicorn

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# :punch: Easier To Build Your RESTful App A Restful Frame Based On Gunicorn

## Develop With Me 1. Fork repo 2. Clone to your local 3. Add Remote as upstream 4. Do some change 5. Push to your origin 6. Pull request

## Develop > after you add some future or fix something, you should add unittest for your change

> make unittest -sx to make sure test is pass

> make pylint can check your code with flake8

> make bump ver=x.x.x.x to bump a new version

## Installation > pip install rest_arch

## App struct

├── app.yaml ├── foo │   ├── __init__.py │   ├── app.py │   ├── models.py │   ├── settings.py ├── requirements.txt

## Usage 1. skt bootstrap to build a app. 2. cd your_app_path run skt serve to start app. 3. skt shell to run a client as c. 4. c.get(‘/ping’) to get a response.

## APP&LOG

import logging from rest_arch.skt.log import setup_loggers from rest_arch.app import make_app

app = make_app(__name__)

setup_loggers(__name__) logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

logger.info(‘A Test Log Info’)

## Contact 1. kiven.mr@gmail.com 2. create issue or pull request

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