Django Sqs Celery Template

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Django Sqs Celery Template

An effortlessly pre configured Django, Celery and SQS template repository for those who want to process asynchronous background tasks.

Overview

The django-sqs-celery-template is a pre-configured Django, Celery, and SQS template repository that allows users to process asynchronous background tasks. It provides an easy-to-use solution for developers who need to perform tasks in the background without disrupting the main application flow.

Features

  • Effortless configuration: The template repository comes pre-configured with Django, Celery, and SQS, saving developers from manually setting up these components.
  • Asynchronous background task processing: With the help of Celery and SQS, users can easily process background tasks without slowing down the main application.
  • Dockerized environment: The template includes Docker and Docker Compose, allowing for easy deployment and running of the application.

Installation

To get started with the template, make sure you have Docker and Docker Compose installed on your machine. Then, follow these steps:

  1. Clone the repository to your local machine.
  2. Copy the .env.example file and rename it to .env.
  3. Build and run the app using the following command:
docker-compose up --build

After running the above command, the app and its associated services will be available on your machine. You can now start developing your application and utilize the asynchronous background task processing capabilities.

Summary

The django-sqs-celery-template provides an out-of-the-box solution for developers looking to implement background task processing in their Django applications. With its pre-configured setup and easy installation process using Docker, developers can quickly get started with processing tasks asynchronously. This template saves developers time by handling the configuration of Django, Celery, and SQS, allowing them to focus on building their application and leveraging the benefits of background task processing.

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Django

Django is a high-level Python web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. It follows the model-view-controller (MVC) architectural pattern, providing an extensive set of built-in tools and conventions to streamline the creation of robust and scalable web applications.

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Docker

A website that uses Docker for containerization to streamline development, testing, and deployment workflows. This includes features such as containerization of dependencies, automated builds and deployments, and container orchestration to ensure scalability and availability.