Async server for userv
Most simplistic socket server for micropython
first we need to add routes to a router. This is described in userv.core although serving static files is described below.
from userv.routing import Router from userv.socket_server import run_server router = Router() # we add some routes run_server(router)
this way the server starts and runs forever. Because sometimes you want to start a standby mode there is way to kill the run task by given a callback which controls the loop. We call it the timeout callback for now. Basicly the server runs as long as the function returns True.
def we_never_timeout(): return True run_server(router, timeout_callback=we_never_timeout)
This is only a realy simple and silly example, but be aware to not do heavy lifting in this function, because it will hinder your server to react normal.
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