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Celery in local Django development
Dec 31, 2014
1 minute read

Recently I set up Celery to perform some background tasks for Sibbell, a Django project. The tasks were pretty simple, and I wasn’t interested in installing RabbitMQ (which I was using on the production server) on my local machine at the time for use in the development environment.

The solution? Use the CELERY_ALWAYS_EAGER setting. It runs the tasks asynchronously, which in this case was just fine.


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