Flask-State-test

Display machine state using Python3 with Flask.

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Flask-State

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Flask-State is a lightweight chart plugin for displaying machine state data in your web application.

  • Monitored Metric: CPU, memory, disk usage, disk IO, Network IO, LoadAVG and boot time.
  • Extensible: Offers rich customization options, including redis monitoring, user authentication, custom logging, i18n and etc.
  • Stable: Solves multiprocessing concurrency problems (if you use gunicorn) built on top of lightweight dependencies.

This project is in active development and thoroughly tested to ensure that Flask-State stays up-to-date with its project roadmap.

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Check out the live demo, or head over to the tutorial for more instructions.

Installation

Get this plugin from PyPI:

pip install Flask-State

Alternatively, install Flask-State via NPM or include this script tag to the head section of your HTML document:

<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/yoobool/flask-state@v1.1.4/packages/umd/flask-state.min.js"></script>
<link href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/yoobool/flask-state@v1.1.4/packages/flask-state.min.css" rel="stylesheet">
npm install flask-state --save

Usage

1. Bind Database Address

from flask_state import DEFAULT_BIND_SQLITE
app.config['SQLALCHEMY_BINDS'] = {DEFAULT_BIND_SQLITE: 'sqlite:///path'}

2. Configure Flask-State

import flask_state
flask_state.init_app(app)

3. Include Imports to Views

// requires echarts module
import 'echarts';
import 'flask-state/flask-state.min.css';
import {init} from 'flask-state';
// Create a DOM node with ID 'test'. After init() binds the node,
// click to open the listening window
init({dom:document.getElementById('test')});

Learn more about advanced configurations in the documentation.

Contributing

See the planning document for a roadmap and existing feature requests.

Flask-State follows the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct.

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License

Flask-State is available under the BSD-3-Clause License.

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