flask-uwsgi-websocket - 🔌 High-performance WebSockets for your Flask apps powered by uWSGI.

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High-performance WebSockets for your Flask apps powered by uWSGI. Low-level uWSGI WebSocket API access and flexible high-level abstractions for building complex WebSocket applications with Flask. Supports several different concurrency models including Gevent. Inspired by Flask-Sockets. If that fails or you need to enable the asyncio plugin, read on.

https://github.com/zeekay/flask-uwsgi-websocket

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