This post looks at how to configure Celery to handle long-running tasks in a Flask app.
Task queues manage background work asynchronously outside of a user request. With regard to web development, they are used to process tasks outside the typical request/response cycle. They are quite popular in microservice architectures for inter-microservice communication. Celery and RQ are the two most popular Python-based task queues.
The tutorials and articles on TestDriven focus on setting up and configuring task queues to work with Docker and various Python web Frameworks like Django and Flask.
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Automatically retry failed Celery tasks.
This post looks at how to manage periodic tasks with Django, Celery, and Docker.
This post looks at how to configure Celery to handle long-running tasks in a Django app.
This post shows how to integrate Celery into the Python-based Falcon web framework.