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Real time celery monitoring using websockets

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Real time celery monitoring using websockets. Inspired by flower.


  • Python >= 3.4


PyPI version (recommended):

$ pip install wscelery

Development version:

$ pip install


Launch the websocket listener on port 8001:

$ wscelery --port=8001

Or launch from celery:

$ celery wscelery -A proj --address= --port=8001

Broker URL and other configuration options can be passed through standard Celery options:

$ celery wscelery -A proj --broker=amqp://guest:guest@localhost:5672//

To see all command options use:

$ wscelery --help


Full documentation can be found on Read The Docs.


  • TLS encryption not (yet) supported


If you want to contribute, feel free to submit a PR. Please make sure that the tests pass (run with python test). Make sure you add your name to CONTRIBUTORS.


Licensed under MIT. See the LICENSE file in the project root directory.

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