AnyBlok is a Python framework allowing to create highly dynamic and modular applications on top of SQLAlchemy.
AnyBlok is released under the terms of the Mozilla Public License.
Releases and project status are available on Pypi at https://pypi.python.org/pypi/anyblok.
The most recent published version of the documentation should be at https://doc.anyblok.org.
There is a tutorial to teach you how to develop applications with AnyBlok at https://anyblok.gitbooks.io/anyblok-book/content/en/
AnyBlok is expected to be stable. Some early partners are using it on production and are involved in the project development. We are aiming to make a stable release as soon as possible.
Users should take care to report bugs and missing features on an as-needed basis.
It should be expected that the development version may be required for proper implementation of recently repaired issues in between releases; the latest master is always available at https://github.com/AnyBlok/AnyBlok/archive/master.zip.
Install released versions of AnyBlok from the Python package index with pip or a similar tool:
pip install anyblok
Installation via source distribution is via the
python setup.py install
Installation will add the
anyblok commands to the environment.
To run framework tests with
pip install pytest ANYBLOK_DATABASE_DRIVER=postgresql ANYBLOK_DATABASE_NAME=test_anyblok py.test anyblok/tests
To run tests of all installed bloks:
anyblok_createdb --db-name test_anyblok --db-driver-name postgresql --install-all-bloks ANYBLOK_DATABASE_DRIVER=postgresql ANYBLOK_DATABASE_NAME=test_anyblok py.test anyblok/bloks
AnyBlok is tested continuously using Travis CI
Contributing (hackers needed!)
AnyBlok is ready for production usage even though it can be improved and enriched. Feel free to fork, talk with core dev, and spread the word !
- Jean-Sébastien Suzanne
- Georges Racinet
- Pierre Verkest
- Franck Bret
- Denis Viviès
- Alexis Tourneux
- Hugo Quezada
- Simon André
- Florent Jouatte
- Christophe Combelles
- Sébastien Chazallet
Bugs and features enhancements to AnyBlok should be reported on the Issue tracker.