Powering your Python Apps
Red Engine is a modern scheduling framework for Python applications. It is simple, clean and extensive. It is the engine that sets your Python programs alive.
The library is minimal on the surface but extensive and customizable underneath. The syntax very clean:
from redengine import RedEngine app = RedEngine() @app.task('daily') def do_daily(): ... if __name__ == '__main__': app.run()
Compared to alternatives, Red Engine has perhaps the most elegant syntax and is the most productive. It offers more features than Crontab or APScheduler but is much easier to work with than Airflow. It does not make assumptions of your project.
Read more from the documentations: Red Engine, documentations
Install Red Engine from PyPI:
pip install redengine
@app.task("every 10 seconds") def do_continuously(): ... @app.task("daily after 07:00") def do_daily_after_seven(): ... @app.task("hourly & time of day between 22:00 and 06:00") def do_hourly_at_night(): ... @app.task("(weekly on Monday | weekly on Saturday) & time of day after 10:00") def do_twice_a_week_after_ten(): ...
from redengine.args import Return @app.task("daily after 07:00") def do_first(): ... return 'Hello World' @app.task("after task 'do_first'") def do_second(arg=Return('do_first')): # arg contains the value of the task do_first's return ... return 'Hello Python'
@app.task("daily", execution="main") def do_unparallel(): ... @app.task("daily", execution="thread") def do_on_separate_thread(): ... @app.task("daily", execution="process") def do_on_separate_process(): ...