from sanic import Blueprint, Sanic
from sanic.response import file, json

app = Sanic("Example")
blueprint = Blueprint("bp_example", url_prefix="/my_blueprint")
blueprint2 = Blueprint("bp_example2", url_prefix="/my_blueprint2")
blueprint3 = Blueprint("bp_example3", url_prefix="/my_blueprint3")

async def foo(request):
    return json({"msg": "hi from blueprint"})

async def foo2(request):
    return json({"msg": "hi from blueprint2"})

async def index(request):
    return await file("websocket.html")

async def foo3(request, ws):
    while True:
        data = "hello!"
        print("Sending: " + data)
        await ws.send(data)
        data = await ws.recv()
        print("Received: " + data)

app.blueprint(blueprint3)"", port=9999, debug=True)

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