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Simple Queue Jobs

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Installation

Simply use pip to install the last version of sqjobs

pip install --upgrade sqjobs

Getting started

First you have to create jobs. A job is simply a class that inherits from Job.

from sqjobs import Job

class Adder(Job):
    default_queue_name = 'queue_name'

    def run(self, num1, num2):
        return num1 + num2

Then, you can launch the job creating a new broker.

from sqjobs import create_sqs_broker

broker = create_sqs_broker(access_key='ak', secret_key='sk')
broker.add_job(AdderJob, 1, 2, queue_name='other_queue_name')

Documentation

Check out sqjobs’s documentation for further information.

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