nyuki


Namenyuki JSON
Version 0.44.1 PyPI version JSON
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home_pagehttp://www.surycat.com
SummaryAllowing the creation of independent unit to deal with stream processing while exposing an XMPP and REST API.
upload_time2017-05-09 15:25:11
maintainerNone
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authorOptiflows R&D
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licenseApache 2.0
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            A lightweight library designed to build nyukis (Python 3.4 only!). It provides features that shall help developers with managing the following topics while developing a nyuki:

* Expose features through the own nyuki RESTful API
* Communication between nyukis (over HTTP and XMPP)
* Helpers for asyncio-based programming

This library has been written with a focus on reliability and developer-friendliness. Its design promotes single-threaded and asynchronous coding style through the extensive use of the [Python asyncio](https://docs.python.org/3/library/asyncio.html) event loop. A single loop is used to manage HTTP and XMPP-based communications as well as executing internal logic.
            

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