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hugohil/server.py

Created Jun 28, 2016
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Basic python 2.7 REST API
#!/usr/bin/python
from BaseHTTPServer import BaseHTTPRequestHandler, HTTPServer
PORT_NUMBER = 8080
PUBLIC_ENTRY = './public/index.html'
# This class will handles any incoming request
class handleRoutes(BaseHTTPRequestHandler):
# Handler for the GET requests
def do_GET(self):
if (self.path == '/'):
file = open(PUBLIC_ENTRY)
self.sendResponse(file.read(), 200, 'text/html')
file.close()
return
if (self.path.startswith('/api/v1/')):
if (self.path.endswith('hello')):
return self.sendResponse('{"hello": "world"}', 200, 'application/json')
if (self.path.endswith('world')):
return self.sendResponse('{"world": "hello"}', 200, 'application/json')
else:
return self.sendResponse('Not found.', 404, 'text/plain')
def sendResponse(self, res, status, type):
self.send_response(status)
self.send_header('Content-type', type)
self.end_headers()
# Send the html message
self.wfile.write(res)
return
try:
# Create a web server and define the handler to manage the incoming requests
server = HTTPServer(('', PORT_NUMBER), handleRoutes)
print 'Started http server on port ' , PORT_NUMBER
# Wait forever for incoming http requests
server.serve_forever()
except KeyboardInterrupt:
print '\nFarewell my friend.'
server.socket.close()
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