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flower reviews and mentions
Scaling Celery to handle workflows and multiple queues
2 projects | dev.to | 4 Feb 2023
Use flower to monitor workers and tasks.
Wondering if I should use Celery vs threads for what I want to do
4 projects | /r/flask | 12 Aug 2021
From experience i would not use threads for this or any background jobs. I would use Celery or Flask-RQ2 to be your workers, you will also probably end up using them to run other tasks as you encounter the need for other jobs. They both use Redis as a broker and job store and you can use Redis for other things like caching and so many other useful features. I kind of like RQ2 more then Celery because its a little simpler but Celery has a lot more to offer, more features. RQ2 has rq-dashboard for monitoring jobs and Celery has Flower.
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The primary programming language of flower is Python.