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Zappa - Serverless Python Web Services

  •    Python

With a traditional HTTP server, the server is online 24/7, processing requests one by one as they come in. If the queue of incoming requests grows too large, some requests will time out. With Zappa, each request is given its own virtual HTTP "server" by Amazon API Gateway. AWS handles the horizontal scaling automatically, so no requests ever time out. Each request then calls your application from a memory cache in AWS Lambda and returns the response via Python's WSGI interface. After your app returns, the "server" dies.

bottle-rest - Decorators to make REST easier in Bottle.

  •    Python

This package is used to make easier creating REST applications using Bottle web framework.

bottle-mvc - python boilerplate application following MVC pattern using bottle micro framework

  •    Python

python boilerplate application following MVC pattern using bottle micro framework

sticker - Sticker is a powerful yet boilerplate-free alternative to writing your web API.

  •    Python

Write boilerplate-free Python functions and use them as your API handlers. Sticker allows you to choose Flask, bottle.py, Sanic, or Tornado as your application runtime. You need a little bit of Python.




fullstack - Full-stack DevOps demo

  •    Ruby

The purpose of this is to demonstrate some great automation tools in orchestra. Thanks to diagrammr.

bottle-cork - Authentication module for the Bottle and Flask web frameworks

  •    Python

Cork provides a simple set of methods to implement Authentication and Authorization in web applications based on Bottle.

bottle-mysql - MySQL integration for Bottle.

  •    Python

MySQL is the world's most used relational database management system (RDBMS) that runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. This plugin simplifies the use of mysql databases in your Bottle applications. Once installed, all you have to do is to add an db keyword argument (configurable) to route callbacks that need a database connection.

bottleplate - Complete python bottle template for web applications or API servers.

  •    Python

bottleplate is a bottle template for python 3.3+ web applications or API servers. The files structure is very similar to that of a Ruby on Rails application and thus follows a model-view-controller (MVC) pattern. It provides a simple way to have development, test and production environments. The structure for functional and unit testing is also already in place. It is very common for bottle applications to define routes using the bottle route decorator. However, I find it more convenient to have all routes defined in a file. This template uses bottleplate/config/routes.py for that. SQLAlchemy is used as the object relational mapping (ORM) tool. It supports a broad range of database backends (MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, ...) and is usually the ORM of choice when it comes to python. alembic is used to handle database migrations so it takes care of the changes regarding the database schemas. Sounds interesting? If you still have questions after having read this readme file, feel free to contact me (either by email or IRC at #gwcomputingnet on Freenode).


tears - A particularly clean blog base on bottle and mongoDB

  •    CSS

tears (support Python3 only) is a pure clean blog (engine), powered by bottle. I love next cause you may found some dim shapes of it's layout.

Swiftbrew - Homebrew for Swift packages

  •    Swift

A package manager that installs prebuilt Swift command line tool packages, or Homebrew for Swift packages. Package reference can be a shorthand for a GitHub repository (Carthage/Carthage) or a full git URL (https://github.com/Carthage/Carthage.git), optionally followed by a tagged version (@x.y.z). Swiftbrew currently only supports public repositories.

apispec-webframeworks - Web framework plugins for apispec (formally in apispec.ext).

  •    Python

apispec plugins for integrating with various web frameworks. These plugins used to be in apispec.ext but have since been moved to their own package.