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Python Project, Python External Library
Python Module
Python Class
Python Method
Python Script

Python GET (urllib, urllib2, httplib, httplib2, aiohttp) service
Python GET service request
Python (Flask, aiohttp) Web Service GET operation

Python POST (urllib, urllib2, httplib, httplib2, aiohttpservice
Python POST service request
Python (Flask, aiohttp) Web Service POST operation

Python PUT (urllib, urllib2, httplib, httplib2, aiohttpservice
Python PUT service request
Python (Flask, aiohttp) Web Service PUT operation

Python DELETE (urllib, urllib2, httplib, httplib2, aiohttpservice
Python DELETE service request
Python Flask, aiohttp Web Service DELETE operation

Python Query, Python ORM Mapping, Python File Query

RabbitMQ Python QueueCall
ActiveMQ Python QueueCall
IBM MQ Python QueueCall

RabbitMQ Python QueueReceive
ActiveMQ Python QueueReceive
IBM MQ Python QueueReceive

Python Call To Java Program

Python Call To Generic Program
Amazon Web Services

Python Call to AWS Lambda Function

Python Callo Call to Unknown AWS Lambda Function

Python AWS Lambda GET Operation

Python AWS Lambda POST Operation
Python AWS Lambda PUT Operation
Python AWS Lambda DELETE Operation

Python AWS Lambda ANY Operation

Python AWS SQS Publisher, Python AWS SNS Publisher

Python AWS SQS Receiver, Python AWS SNS Receiver

Python AWS SQS Unknown Publisher, Python AWS SNS Unknown Publisher

Python AWS SQS Unknown Receiver, Python AWS SNS Unknown Receiver

Python Email, Python SMS


Code Block
import aiohttp
session = aiohttp.ClientSession()
res = session.get('')

The aiohttp module can be also used in server mode, implementing web service operations


Code Block
from flask.views import MethodView

class InformationAPI(MethodView):

    def get(self):
        information = Information.from_data(

app.add_url_rule('/<info>/informations/', view_func=InformationAPI.as_view('informations'))


NOTE: Support for Falcon is expected to be released in 1.4.0-beta6.

Falcon route annotations for web service operations (GET, PUT, POST, DELETE) are supported. 

In the following example, a default GET operation is ascribed to the functionon_get from GetResourceclass,and the POST and PUT operations to the on_putandon_postfunctions fromPut_PostResourcewith two differents urls routing:

The link between the GET operation named after the routing URL "/"  and the called functionon_get is represented by an arrow pointing to the function:

The name of a saved Web Service Operation object will be generated from the routing URL by adding a final slash when not present. In this example the name of the POST operations is "/url/example/1/" and  "/url/example/2/" after the routing url "/url/example/1" and "/url/example/2".

Sinks are supported with the following rules : If no route matches a request, but the path in the requested URI matches a sink prefix, Falcon will pass control to the associated sink, regardless of the HTTP method requested. If the prefix overlaps a registered route template, the route will take precedence and mask the sink.

In this case Web Service Operation objects generated as sinks will be named as/that/, and not as/this/since another Web Service Operation object exists with an overlapping url.

Code Block
class GetResource():
def on_get():
print('on_get function')
def sink_method(resp,**kwargs):
app.add_route('this/is/the/way', GetResource())
app.add_sink(sink_method, prefix='/that') # get, post, put & delete routes will be created and linked to sink_method
app.add_sink(sink_method, prefix='/this') # no routes created because Url overlaps another route

The optional suffix keyword argument of Falcon add_route is supported. In this way, multiple closely-related routes can be mapped to the same resource.