Start using django-modern-rpc in a minute, following these simple steps.
Use pip to install the package in your environment:
pip install django-modern-rpc
Add the library to your Django applications, in your
INSTALLED_APPS = [ ... 'modernrpc', ]
Create an entry point¶
An entry point is the URL used by clients to call your RPC methods. Declare it as follow:
# In myproject/rpc_app/urls.py from django.conf.urls import url from modernrpc.views import RPCEntryPoint urlpatterns = [ # ... other views url(r'^rpc/', RPCEntryPoint.as_view()), ]
Entry points behavior can be customized with some arguments. Read the page Entry point configuration for more information.
Write and register your methods¶
In the next step, you will declare which global functions should be available for remote calls. Use
decorator to simply indicates those methods.
# In myproject/rpc_app/rpc_methods.py from modernrpc.core import rpc_method @rpc_method def add(a, b): return a + b
@rpc_method behavior can be customized with some arguments. Read the page Configure the registration for more information.
Declare your RPC methods modules¶
Django-modern-rpc will automatically register functions decorated with
@rpc_method, but needs a hint to locate them.
MODERNRPC_METHODS_MODULES in your settings to indicate one or more python module where your RPC methods
MODERNRPC_METHODS_MODULES = [ 'rpc_app.rpc_methods' ]
That’s all !¶
Your application is ready to receive XML-RPC or JSON-RPC calls. The entry point URL is
but you can customize it to fit your needs.