ASAB

Asynchronous Server App Boilerplate Video Tutorial

If you ever wondered about how to enter the fast asynchronous world, where web servers and other responsive applications utilize hardware components to their maximum and sleep when no work is necessary, you are in the right place.

Asynchronous Server App Boilerplate (ASAB) was built exactly for the purpose of letting newcomers quickly enter the asynchronous programming with just a few lines of code. ASAB can then be used for building complex applications or foundations for other frameworks and base components.

Introduction

Presentation of the ASAB architecture together with basics of asynchronous programming in Python with asyncio library.

Hello world

How to build a few line long "Hello world" application.

Web server example

Web server application made easy with ASAB using aiohttp.

Publish-subscribe (PubSub) example

Publish-subscribe mechanism of events in the ASAB application.

Logging & Configuration

How to use hierarchy configuration and simple logging.

Modules & Services

ASAB is based on modules, services and their handlers to ensure loose coupling and independent microservices.

Other examples

ASAB provides many examples, which are part of the source code on GitHub: https://github.com/TeskaLabs/asab/

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