Pythomnic3k 1.4

An open source framework for building network services (SOA), integration middleware (EAI) and distributed applications in Python 3.0
Pythomnic3k - Pythomnic3k processes requests from its clients arriving from network through synchronous or asynchronous interfaces in any of the supported protocols.
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Pythomnic3k is a free software development framework for developing network services in Python.

The typical use for it is EAI (enterprise application integration) by writing service-oriented middleware for integrating systems in an enterprise network.

Pythomnic3k is a complete redesign and ground-up rewrite of its now obsolete predecessor Pythomnic in Python 3.0 aka Python3k, hence the new name.

Pythomnic3k therefore sums up a few years of real-world enterprise network integration experience in financial environment.

last updated on:
July 12th, 2014, 19:20 GMT
file size:
305 KB
price:
FREE!
license type:
BSD 
developed by:
Dmitry Dvoinikov
operating system(s):
Mac OS X
binary format:
Universal Binary
category:
Home \ Developer Tools
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What's New in This Release:
  • Added optional caching for all resources. This is mostly useful for database resources and such. Cache size, policy and TTL are configurable. Any behaviour more complex than that, such as using custom cache keys, cache content manipulation or synchronization of caches in different processes is possible by specifying custom hook methods.
  • Added resource pool meta configuration parameter pool__max_time which restricts request execution time inside a resource on top of current remain of the request timeout. This is useful when you are accessing resources that ought to respond in short time without a possibility of waiting for the entire request timeout.
  • Interfaces are restarted automatically when their configuration files change. One less reason to ever restart the application.
  • Meta configuration file config_config.py contains "macros" expanded in all other configuration files.
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