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Simple wrapper around flask that uses environment variables for host, port, endpoint prefix. Also uses the py-hancock library for the ability to sign endpoints. Endpoints for `time`, `ping`, and `status` are automatically added as well.

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tinflask 0.0.2

Tornado server with some built-in endpoints.

Here’s a simple usage example:

import tinflask.web

def test():
        self.write("hola")

def test_job():
        print("did some job")

if __name__ == "__main__":
        a = tinflask.web.Application()
        c.add_status_job("Test Job", 5, test_job)
        c.run()

The Application looks at the environment variables HOST, PORT, and ENDPOINT on initialization. If These are not set the defaults are HOST: 0.0.0.0, PORT: 8080, ENDPOINT: /.

get tinflask

Install flask and requests

sudo easy_install tinflask

Download the latest release from Python Package Index or clone the repository

More documentation is on it’s way (check the site for updates)

Provide any feedback and issues on the bug tracker, that should be coming soon.

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