📢 Introducing lato: A Python Microframework for Modular Applications

I'm thrilled to announce the release of lato, a microframework designed to empower developers in building modular applications with Python. Born out of the necessity to streamline development within the realm of Domain-Driven Design, lato has evolved from a crucial component of my Python DDD example project into a standalone, open-source library.

Why lato?
Lato streamlines the process of building modular monoliths and loosely coupled applications, enabling developers to embrace best practices in software architecture. With its foundation rooted in dependency injection and Python type hints, lato offers a robust framework for constructing applications that are easy to maintain, extend, and test.

Key Features:
Modularity: Dive into the world of modular design, organizing your application into smaller, independent modules for enhanced maintainability.
Flexibility: Embrace loose coupling to facilitate seamless refactoring and extension of application components, without compromising stability.
Testability: Simplify the testing process by isolating application components, ensuring reliable and efficient testing practices.
Minimalistic Design: Enjoy a minimalist API that prioritizes simplicity and efficiency, allowing for rapid development without unnecessary bloat.
Async Support: Harness the power of concurrency and async/await functionality, ensuring compatibility with modern asynchronous programming paradigms and frameworks.

Get Started with lato:
Explore the documentation: https://lato.readthedocs.io/
Contribute on GitHub: https://github.com/pgorecki/lato

Whether you're embarking on a new project or looking to refactor existing codebases, lato empowers you to architect robust, maintainable solutions. Cheers to a future of modular development with lato! 🚀