Category Archives: Tornado

Running a Python (or almost anything) as a service with automatic restart via Upstart

Pretty often I run into a situation where I’d like a Linux application I’ve created to run as a service. Basically, run my Python, Go (GoLang), Ruby, etc. application on start-up and respawn it if it gets any kind of … Continue reading

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Using a Python client to test Tornado WebSockets

In my last article I showed you how to how to use WebSockets in a very minimal code fashion using Tornado and Python. Today, I’ll show you a very easy way to build a Python client and test out your … Continue reading

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Getting started with WebSockets using Python and Tornado

Using WebSockets in Python with Tornado is very easy. Today I’ll show you how to build a very simple application that will demonstrate the basics of getting everything working.

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