A Python module providing blocking and non-blocking (asynchronous) clients to access CouchDB using Tornado's httpclient. The source code is released as free software under the MIT license.
Updated Mar 22, 2015
Amazon S3 client and mock-up for Node.js (seeking new maintainer)
Updated Dec 1, 2014
forked from bittorrent/tornado-sqs
Tornado SQS client, updated for Python 3
Updated Oct 16, 2014
forked from inadarei/cleanjson.chocmixin
JSON Formatting Mixin for Chocolat Text Editor - This fork produce standard JSON formatting (the upstream version produce comma-first formatting)
Updated Aug 29, 2014
beanstalkt: An async beanstalkd client for Tornado
Updated Aug 19, 2014
forked from tornadoweb/tornado
This fork of the Tornado web server contains the streambody branch, applicable to Tornado versions prior to 4.0. This branch provides support for streaming request body data in POST and PUT requests, see the "demos" folder example usage.
Updated Jun 26, 2014
forked from kr/beanstalkd
Beanstalk is a simple, fast work queue.
Updated Apr 1, 2014
forked from pouchdb/pouchdb
PouchDB is a pocket-sized database.
Updated Jan 30, 2014
forked from sramana/pyatom
A Python library for generating Atom 1.0 feeds.
Updated Jul 5, 2013
forked from themartorana/python-postmark
Postmark library for Python 2.4 and greater
Updated Apr 16, 2013
forked from cgoldberg/linux-metrics
System Metrics/Stats Library for Linux
Updated Mar 3, 2013
forked from samcleaver/WiShield_user_contrib
WiShield library with user contributed features
Updated Oct 30, 2012
A light-weight CouchDB nodejs client.
Updated Jun 19, 2012
forked from theturtle32/WebSocket-Node
A WebSocket Draft -07 Implementation for Node.JS
Updated Jun 24, 2011
forked from miksago/node-websocket-server
A WebSocket server written in low-level node.js, should be 90-100% spec compatible.
Updated Jun 8, 2011
forked from ded/reqwest
A robust lightweight wrapper for asynchronous http requests
Updated Jun 1, 2011
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