Welcome to PyApp’s documentation!¶
Let us handle the boring stuff!
As of pyApp 4.0, Python < 3.6 is no longer supported.
pyApp takes care of the boring boilerplate code for building a CLI, managing settings and much more so you can focus on your business logic.
So what do we handle?¶
Configuration - Loading, merging your settings from different sources
File and HTTP(S) endpoints for JSON and YAML files.
Instance Factories - Configuration of plugins, database connections, or just implementations of an
ABC. Leveraging settings to make setup of your application easy and reduce coupling.
Dependency Injection - Easy to use dependency injection without complicated setup.
Feature Flags - Simple methods to enable and disable features in your application at runtime.
Checks - A framework for checking settings are correct and environment is operating correctly (your ops team will love you)?
Extensions - Extend the basic framework with extensions. Provides deterministic startup, extension of the CLI and the ability to register checks and extension specific default settings.
Application - Provides a extensible and simple CLI interface for running commands (including async), comes with built-in commands to execute check, setting and extension reports.
Logging - Initialise and apply sane logging defaults.
Highly tested and ready for production use.
Installation with pip:
pip install pyapp
Table of Contents¶
- Getting Started
- System Admin Playbook
- PyApp Reference
- Change History