WSRPC is the RPC over WebSocket for aiohttp
Easy to use minimal WebSocket Remote Procedure Call library for aiohttp servers.
Call server functions from the client side;
Call client functions from the server (for example to notify clients about events);
Async connection protocol: both server or client are able to call several functions and get responses as soon as each response would be ready in any order.
Fully async server-side functions;
Transfer any exceptions from a client side to the server side and vise versa;
Ready-to-use frontend-library without dependencies;
Thread-based websocket handler for writing fully-synchronous backend code (for synchronous database drivers etc.)
Protected server-side methods (cliens are not able to call methods, starting with underline directly);
Install via pip:
pip install wsrpc-aiohttp
You may want to install optional ujson library to speedup message serialization/deserialization:
pip install ujson
npm install @wsrpc/client
import logging from time import time import aiohttp.web from wsrpc_aiohttp import WebSocketAsync, STATIC_DIR, WebSocketRoute log = logging.getLogger(__name__) # This class can be called by client. # Connection object will have this class instance after calling route-alias. class TestRoute(WebSocketRoute): # This method will be executed when client calls route-alias # for the first time. def init(self, **kwargs): # Python __init__ must be return "self". # This method might return anything. return kwargs # This method named by camelCase because the client can call it. async def getEpoch(self): # You can execute functions on the client side await self.do_notify() return time() # This method calls function on the client side async def do_notify(self): awesome = 'Somebody executed test1.getEpoch method!' await self.socket.call('notify', result=awesome) app = aiohttp.web.Application() app.router.add_route("*", "/ws/", WebSocketAsync) # Websocket route app.router.add_static('/js', STATIC_DIR) # WSRPC js library app.router.add_static('/', ".") # Your static files # Stateful request # This is the route alias TestRoute as "test1" WebSocketAsync.add_route('test1', TestRoute) # Stateless request WebSocketAsync.add_route('test2', lambda *a, **kw: True) if __name__ == '__main__': logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG) aiohttp.web.run_app(app, port=8000)
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