Commit a57d9ce8 authored by Phyks's avatar Phyks

Switch to a Vue-based web app

* Init Webpack / Babel / etc setup.
* Build the app using Vue, Vue-router, Vuex.
* i18n

Some backends changes were made to match the webapp development:
* Return the flat status as a single string ("new" rather than

* Completely switch to calling Weboob API directly for fetching
* Use Canister for Bottle logging
* Handle merging of details dict better
* Add a WSGI script
* Keep track of duplicates
* Webserver had to be restarted to fetch external changes to the db
* Handle leboncoin module better

Also add contributions guidelines.

Closes issue #3
Closes issue #14.
parent 4966fe21
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## TL;DR
* Branch off `master`.
* One feature per commit.
* In case of changes request, amend your commit.
## Useful infos
* There is a `hooks/pre-commit` file which can be used as a `pre-commit` git
hook to check coding style.
* Python coding style is PEP8. JS coding style is enforced by `eslint`.
* Some useful `npm` scripts are provided (`build` / `watch` / `lint`)
## Translating the webapp
If you want to translate the webapp, just create a new folder in
`flatisfy/web/js_src/i18n` with the short name of your locale (typically, `en`
is for english). Copy the `flatisfy/web/js_src/i18n/en/index.js` file to this
new folder and translate the `messages` strings.
Then, edit `flatisfy/web/js_src/i18n/index.js` file to include your new
## How to contribute
* If you're thinking about a new feature, see if there's already an issue open
about it, or please open one otherwise. This will ensure that everybody is on
track for the feature and willing to see it in Flatisfy.
* One commit per feature.
* Branch off the `master ` branch.
* Check the linting of your code before doing a PR.
* Ideally, your merge-request should be mergeable without any merge commit, that
is, it should be a fast-forward merge. For this to happen, your code needs to
be always rebased onto `master`. Again, this is something nice to have that
I expect from recurring contributors, but not a big deal if you don't do it
* I'll look at it and might ask for a few changes. In this case, please create
new commits. When the final result looks good, I may ask you to squash the
WIP commits into a single one, to maintain the invariant of "one feature, one
......@@ -104,6 +104,11 @@ The content of this repository is licensed under an MIT license, unless
explicitly mentionned otherwise.
## Contributing
See the `` file for more infos.
## Thanks
* [Weboob](
......@@ -90,6 +90,10 @@ def parse_args(argv=None):
subparsers.add_parser("import", parents=[parent_parser],
help="Import housing posts in database.")
# Purge subcommand parser
subparsers.add_parser("purge", parents=[parent_parser],
help="Purge database.")
# Serve subcommand parser
parser_serve = subparsers.add_parser("serve", parents=[parent_parser],
help="Serve the web app.")
......@@ -103,6 +107,7 @@ def main():
Main module code.
# pylint: disable=locally-disabled,too-many-branches
# Parse arguments
args = parse_args()
......@@ -163,7 +168,12 @@ def main():
# Import command
elif args.cmd == "import":
# TODO: Do not fetch details for already imported flats / use the last
# timestamp
# Purge command
elif args.cmd == "purge":
# Serve command
elif args.cmd == "serve":
......@@ -4,6 +4,8 @@ Main commands available for flatisfy.
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
import logging
import flatisfy.filters
from flatisfy import database
from flatisfy.models import flat as flat_model
......@@ -12,6 +14,9 @@ from flatisfy import tools
from flatisfy.web import app as web_app
LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)
def fetch_and_filter(config):
Fetch the available flats list. Then, filter it according to criteria.
......@@ -34,9 +39,9 @@ def fetch_and_filter(config):
# additional infos
if config["passes"] > 1:
# Load additional infos
for flat in flats_list:
details = fetch.fetch_details(flat["id"])
flat = tools.merge_dicts(flat, details)
for i, flat in enumerate(flats_list):
details = fetch.fetch_details(config, flat["id"])
flats_list[i] = tools.merge_dicts(flat, details)
flats_list, extra_ignored_flats = flatisfy.filters.second_pass(
flats_list, config
......@@ -83,7 +88,7 @@ def import_and_filter(config):
:return: ``None``.
# Fetch and filter flats list
flats_list, purged_list = fetch_and_filter(config)
flats_list, ignored_list = fetch_and_filter(config)
# Create database connection
get_session = database.init_db(config["database"])
......@@ -92,12 +97,27 @@ def import_and_filter(config):
flat = flat_model.Flat.from_dict(flat_dict)
for flat_dict in purged_list:
for flat_dict in ignored_list:
flat = flat_model.Flat.from_dict(flat_dict)
flat.status = flat_model.FlatStatus.purged
flat.status = flat_model.FlatStatus.ignored
def purge_db(config):
Purge the database.
:param config: A config dict.
:return: ``None``
get_session = database.init_db(config["database"])
with get_session() as session:
# Delete every flat in the db"Purge all flats from the database.")
def serve(config):
Serve the web app.
......@@ -106,5 +126,11 @@ def serve(config):
:return: ``None``, long-running process.
app = web_app.get_app(config)
# TODO: Make Bottle use logging module["host"], port=config["port"])
server = config.get("webserver", None)
if not server:
# Default webserver is quiet, as Bottle is used with Canister for
# standard logging
server = web_app.QuietWSGIRefServer["host"], port=config["port"], server=server)
......@@ -21,10 +21,11 @@ from flatisfy import tools
# Default configuration
# Flatboob queries to fetch
"queries": [],
# Constraints to match
"constraints": {
"type": None, # RENT, SALE, SHARING
"house_types": [], # List of house types, must be in APART, HOUSE,
"postal_codes": [], # List of postal codes
"area": (None, None), # (min, max) in m^2
"cost": (None, None), # (min, max) in currency unit
......@@ -42,12 +43,18 @@ DEFAULT_CONFIG = {
"max_entries": None,
# Directory in wich data will be put. ``None`` is XDG default location.
"data_directory": None,
# Path to the modules directory containing all Weboob modules. ``None`` if
# ``weboob_modules`` package is pip-installed, and you want to use
# ``pkgresource`` to automatically find it.
"modules_path": None,
# SQLAlchemy URI to the database to use
"database": None,
# Web app port
"port": 8080,
# Web app host to listen on
"host": ""
"host": "",
# Web server to use to serve the webapp (see Bottle deployment doc)
"webserver": None
LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)
......@@ -68,7 +75,7 @@ def validate_config(config):
assert all(
x is None or
(isinstance(x, int) or isinstance(x, float)) and
isinstance(x, (float, int)) and
x >= 0
for x in bounds
......@@ -81,9 +88,19 @@ def validate_config(config):
# Then, we disable line-too-long pylint check and E501 flake8 checks
# and use long lines whenever needed, in order to have the full assert
# message in the log output.
# pylint: disable=line-too-long
# pylint: disable=locally-disabled,line-too-long
assert "type" in config["constraints"]
assert config["constraints"]["type"].upper() in ["RENT",
assert "house_types" in config["constraints"]
assert config["constraints"]["house_types"]
for house_type in config["constraints"]["house_types"]:
assert house_type.upper() in ["APART", "HOUSE", "PARKING", "LAND",
assert "postal_codes" in config["constraints"]
assert len(config["constraints"]["postal_codes"]) > 0
assert config["constraints"]["postal_codes"]
assert "area" in config["constraints"]
......@@ -111,11 +128,13 @@ def validate_config(config):
assert config["max_entries"] is None or (isinstance(config["max_entries"], int) and config["max_entries"] > 0) # noqa: E501
assert config["data_directory"] is None or isinstance(config["data_directory"], str) # noqa: E501
assert config["modules_path"] is None or isinstance(config["modules_path"], str) # noqa: E501
assert config["database"] is None or isinstance(config["database"], str) # noqa: E501
assert isinstance(config["port"], int)
assert isinstance(config["host"], str)
assert config["webserver"] is None or isinstance(config["webserver"], str) # noqa: E501
return True
except (AssertionError, KeyError):
......@@ -140,10 +159,11 @@ def load_config(args=None):
with open(args.config, "r") as fh:
except (IOError, ValueError):
except (IOError, ValueError) as exc:
"Unable to load configuration from file, "
"using default configuration."
"using default configuration: %s.",
# Overload config with arguments
......@@ -188,9 +208,8 @@ def load_config(args=None):
if config_validation is True:"Config has been fully initialized.")
return config_data
LOGGER.error("Error in configuration: %s.", config_validation)
return None
LOGGER.error("Error in configuration: %s.", config_validation)
return None
def init_config(output=None):
......@@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ import collections
import json
import logging
import os
import shutil
import flatisfy.exceptions
......@@ -157,7 +158,7 @@ def load_data(data_type, config):
LOGGER.error("Invalid JSON data file: %s.", datafile_path)
return None
if len(data) == 0:
if not data:
LOGGER.warning("Loading empty data for %s.", data_type)
return data
......@@ -41,16 +41,18 @@ def init_db(database_uri=None):
engine = create_engine(database_uri)
BASE.metadata.create_all(engine, checkfirst=True)
Session = sessionmaker(bind=engine) # pylint: disable=invalid-name
Session = sessionmaker(bind=engine) # pylint: disable=locally-disabled,invalid-name
def get_session():
# pylint: disable=locally-disabled,line-too-long
Provide a transactional scope around a series of operations.
From [1].
# pylint: enable=line-too-long,locally-disabled
session = Session()
yield session
......@@ -46,5 +46,5 @@ class StringyJSON(types.TypeDecorator):
# TypeEngine.with_variant says "use StringyJSON instead when
# connecting to 'sqlite'"
# pylint: disable=invalid-name
# pylint: disable=locally-disabled,invalid-name
MagicJSON = types.JSON().with_variant(StringyJSON, 'sqlite')
......@@ -4,14 +4,159 @@ This module contains all the code related to fetching and loading flats lists.
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
import itertools
import json
import logging
import subprocess
from flatisfy import data
from flatisfy import tools
LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)
from weboob.capabilities.housing import Query
from weboob.core.ouiboube import WebNip
from import WeboobEncoder
except ImportError:
LOGGER.error("Weboob is not available on your system. Make sure you "
"installed it.")
class WeboobProxy(object):
Wrapper around Weboob ``WebNip`` class, to fetch housing posts without
having to spawn a subprocess.
def version():
Get Weboob version.
:return: The installed Weboob version.
return WebNip.VERSION
def __init__(self, config):
Create a Weboob handle and try to load the modules.
:param config: A config dict.
# Create base WebNip object
self.webnip = WebNip(modules_path=config["modules_path"])
# Create backends
self.backends = [
for module in ["seloger", "pap", "leboncoin", "logicimmo",
"explorimmo", "entreparticuliers"]
def __enter__(self):
return self
def __exit__(self, *args):
def build_queries(self, constraints_dict):
Build Weboob ``weboob.capabilities.housing.Query`` objects from the
constraints defined in the configuration. Each query has at most 3
postal codes, to comply with housing websites limitations.
:param constraints_dict: A dictionary of constraints, as defined in the
:return: A list of Weboob ``weboob.capabilities.housing.Query``
objects. Returns ``None`` if an error occurred.
queries = []
for postal_codes in tools.batch(constraints_dict["postal_codes"], 3):
query = Query()
query.cities = []
for postal_code in postal_codes:
for city in"search_city", postal_code):
except IndexError:
"Postal code %s could not be matched with a city.",
return None
query.house_types = [
for house_type in constraints_dict["house_types"]
except AttributeError:
LOGGER.error("Invalid house types constraint.")
return None
query.type = getattr(
except AttributeError:
LOGGER.error("Invalid post type constraint.")
return None
query.area_min = constraints_dict["area"][0]
query.area_max = constraints_dict["area"][1]
query.cost_min = constraints_dict["cost"][0]
query.cost_max = constraints_dict["cost"][1]
query.nb_rooms = constraints_dict["rooms"][0]
return queries
def query(self, query, max_entries=None):
Fetch the housings posts matching a given Weboob query.
:param query: A Weboob `weboob.capabilities.housing.Query`` object.
:param max_entries: Maximum number of entries to fetch.
:return: The matching housing posts, dumped as a list of JSON objects.
housings = []
# TODO: Handle max_entries better
for housing in itertools.islice('search_housings', query),
housings.append(json.dumps(housing, cls=WeboobEncoder))
return housings
def info(self, full_flat_id):
Get information (details) about an housing post.
:param full_flat_id: A Weboob housing post id, in complete form
:return: The details in JSON.
flat_id, backend_name = full_flat_id.rsplit("@", 1)
backend = next(
for backend in self.backends
if == backend_name
housing = backend.get_housing(flat_id) = full_flat_id # Otherwise, we miss the @backend afterwards
return json.dumps(housing, cls=WeboobEncoder)
def fetch_flats_list(config):
Fetch the available flats using the Flatboob / Weboob config.
......@@ -20,40 +165,35 @@ def fetch_flats_list(config):
:return: A list of all available flats.
flats_list = []
for query in config["queries"]:
max_entries = config["max_entries"]
if max_entries is None:
max_entries = 0"Loading flats from query %s.", query)
flatboob_output = subprocess.check_output(
["../weboob/tools/", "../weboob/scripts/flatboob",
"-n", str(max_entries), "-f", "json", "load", query]
query_flats_list = json.loads(flatboob_output)"Fetched %d flats.", len(query_flats_list))
flats_list.extend(query_flats_list)"Fetched a total of %d flats.", len(flats_list))
with WeboobProxy(config) as weboob_proxy:"Loading flats...")
queries = weboob_proxy.build_queries(config["constraints"])
housing_posts = []
for query in queries:
weboob_proxy.query(query, config["max_entries"])
)"Fetched %d flats.", len(housing_posts))
flats_list = [json.loads(flat) for flat in housing_posts]
return flats_list
def fetch_details(flat_id):
def fetch_details(config, flat_id):
Fetch the additional details for a flat using Flatboob / Weboob.
:param config: A config dict.
:param flat_id: ID of the flat to fetch details for.
:return: A flat dict with all the available data.
""""Loading additional details for flat %s.", flat_id)
flatboob_output = subprocess.check_output(
["../weboob/tools/", "../weboob/scripts/flatboob",
"-f", "json", "info", flat_id]
flat_details = json.loads(flatboob_output)"Fetched details for flat %s.", flat_id)
with WeboobProxy(config) as weboob_proxy:"Loading additional details for flat %s.", flat_id)
weboob_output =
if flat_details:
flat_details = flat_details[0]
flat_details = json.loads(weboob_output)"Fetched details for flat %s.", flat_id)
return flat_details
......@@ -89,9 +89,10 @@ def first_pass(flats_list, config):
:param flats_list: A list of flats dict to filter.
:param config: A config dict.
:return: A tuple of processed flats and purged flats.
:return: A tuple of processed flats and ignored flats.
""""Running first filtering pass.")
# Handle duplicates based on ids
# Just remove them (no merge) as they should be the exact same object.
flats_list = duplicates.detect(
......@@ -105,16 +106,16 @@ def first_pass(flats_list, config):
flats_list, key="url", merge=True
# Add the flatisfy metadata entry
# Add the flatisfy metadata entry and prepare the flat objects
flats_list = metadata.init(flats_list)
# Guess the postal codes
flats_list = metadata.guess_postal_code(flats_list, config)
# Try to match with stations
flats_list = metadata.guess_stations(flats_list, config)
# Remove returned housing posts that do not match criteria
flats_list, purged_list = refine_with_housing_criteria(flats_list, config)
flats_list, ignored_list = refine_with_housing_criteria(flats_list, config)
return (flats_list, purged_list)
return (flats_list, ignored_list)
def second_pass(flats_list, config):
......@@ -130,7 +131,7 @@ def second_pass(flats_list, config):
:param flats_list: A list of flats dict to filter.
:param config: A config dict.
:return: A tuple of processed flats and purged flats.
:return: A tuple of processed flats and ignored flats.
""""Running second filtering pass.")
# Assumed to run after first pass, so there should be no obvious duplicates
......@@ -148,6 +149,6 @@ def second_pass(flats_list, config):
flats_list = metadata.compute_travel_times(flats_list, config)
# Remove returned housing posts that do not match criteria
flats_list, purged_list = refine_with_housing_criteria(flats_list, config)
flats_list, ignored_list = refine_with_housing_criteria(flats_list, config)
return (flats_list, purged_list)
return (flats_list, ignored_list)
......@@ -5,9 +5,23 @@ Filtering functions to detect and merge duplicates.
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
import collections
import logging
from flatisfy import tools
LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)
# Some backends give more infos than others. Here is the precedence we want to
# use.
def detect(flats_list, key="id", merge=True):
......@@ -27,7 +41,6 @@ def detect(flats_list, key="id", merge=True):
:return: A deduplicated list of flat dicts.
# TODO: Keep track of found duplicates?
# ``seen`` is a dict mapping aggregating the flats by the deduplication
# keys. We basically make buckets of flats for every key value. Flats in
# the same bucket should be merged together afterwards.
......@@ -44,6 +57,18 @@ def detect(flats_list, key="id", merge=True):
# of the others, to avoid over-deduplication.
# Sort matching flats by backend precedence
key=lambda flat: next(
i for (i, backend) in enumerate(BACKENDS_PRECEDENCE)
if flat["id"].endswith(backend)
if len(matching_flats) > 1:"Found duplicates: %s.",
[flat["id"] for flat in matching_flats])
# Otherwise, check the policy
if merge:
# If a merge is requested, do the merge
......@@ -20,14 +20,20 @@ LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)
def init(flats_list):
Create a flatisfy key containing a dict of metadata fetched by flatisfy for
each flat in the list.
each flat in the list. Also perform some basic transform on flat objects to
prepare for the metadata fetching.
:param flats_list: A list of flats dict.
:return: The updated list
for flat in flats_list:
# Init flatisfy key
if "flatisfy" not in flat:
flat["flatisfy"] = {}
# Move url key to urls
flat["urls"] = [flat["url"]]
# Create merged_ids key
flat["merged_ids"] = [flat["id"]]
return flats_list
......@@ -298,11 +304,17 @@ def guess_stations(flats_list, config, distance_threshold=1500):
# If some stations were already filled in and the result is different,
# display some warning to the user
if (
"matched_stations" in flat["flatisfy"]["matched_stations"] and
"matched_stations" in flat["flatisfy"] and
# Do a set comparison, as ordering is not important
set(flat["flatisfy"]["matched_stations"]) !=
for station in flat["flatisfy"]["matched_stations"]
]) !=
for station in good_matched_stations
......@@ -2,9 +2,12 @@
This modules defines an SQLAlchemy ORM model for a flat.
# pylint: disable=invalid-name,too-few-public-methods
# pylint: disable=locally-disabled,invalid-name,too-few-public-methods
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
import logging
import arrow
import enum
from sqlalchemy import Column, DateTime, Enum, Float, String, Text
......@@ -13,15 +16,29 @@ from flatisfy.database.base import BASE
from flatisfy.database.types import MagicJSON