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Is there a recommended library for asynchronous HTTP servers in R?
4 projects | /r/Rlanguage | 3 Jun 2021
Unresolved Memory Management Issues in FastAPI/Starlette/Uvicorn/Python During High-Load Scenarios
2 projects | /r/learnpython | 1 Sep 2023
There's an open discussion under the Uvicorn repository and we prepared a repository for Reproduction GitHub Repo
How to Dockerize and Deploy a Fast API Application to Kubernetes Cluster
8 projects | dev.to | 11 Jul 2023
FastAPI is a popular Python Web framework that developers use to create RESTful APIs. It is based on Pydantic and Python-type hints that assist in the serialization, deserialization, and validation of data. In this tutorial, we will use FastAPI to create a simple "Hello World" application. We test and run the application locally. FastAPI requires a ASGI server to run the application production such as Uvicorn.
FastAPI 0.100.0:Release Notes
12 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Jul 2023
Unlocking Performance: A Guide to Async Support in Django
2 projects | dev.to | 25 Jun 2023
Uvicorn and Daphne are both ASGI server implementations that can be used with Django to serve your application using the ASGI protocol. Uvicorn is built on top of the uvloop library, which is a fast implementation of the event loop based on libuv, while Daphne is maintained as part of the Django Channels project and was designed to handle the unique requirements of Django applications that utilize asynchronous features, such as real-time updates, bidirectional communication, and long-lived connections.
Deploy a dockerized FastAPI application to AWS
2 projects | dev.to | 3 Feb 2023
So now we test if the application is working by running the application with uvicorn. Command has this format: uvicorn .:
Cloud Run cold starts much slower than Cloud Functions?
4 projects | /r/googlecloud | 29 Dec 2022
Using a simple uvicorn hello world application, I was unable to replicate your case. Using the Dockerfile from your tutorial, and the example.py code from the uvicorn front page, along with your CMD, I got:
Containerizing Shiny for Python and Shinylive Applications
4 projects | dev.to | 10 Nov 2022
If you look at the printout after launching the app, you'll notice that Shiny is using Uvicorn under the hood. This is a common way of containerizing apps using FastAPI deployments.
I've built a self-hosted file storage
9 projects | /r/selfhosted | 9 Nov 2022
You can scale with application server, by adding more processes to server requests. I use Gunicorn with Uvicorn workers.
A proposal for mascot
2 projects | /r/Julia | 13 Oct 2022
There is also uvicorn
Understanding python async with FastAPI
9 projects | dev.to | 6 Sep 2022
When writing a web app with FastAPI, using async/await and a library like uvicorn, the GIL is less of an issue as we are primarily IO bound.
What are some alternatives?
daphne - Django Channels HTTP/WebSocket server
hypercorn - Hypercorn is an ASGI and WSGI Server based on Hyper libraries and inspired by Gunicorn.
Flask - The Python micro framework for building web applications.
starlette - The little ASGI framework that shines. 🌟
uvloop - Ultra fast asyncio event loop.
fastapi - FastAPI framework, high performance, easy to learn, fast to code, ready for production
mkcert - A simple zero-config tool to make locally trusted development certificates with any names you'd like.
sentry-asgi - Sentry integration for ASGI frameworks.
strawberry - A GraphQL library for Python that leverages type annotations 🍓
robyn - A High-Performance, Community-Driven, and Innovator Friendly Web Framework with a Rust runtime.