Appstats is a software tool that helps developers to profile and analyze the performance of their web applications. It captures detailed information about requests, database queries, and server-side code execution, and displays the results in an easily digestible format. This allows developers to identify performance bottlenecks, optimize their code, and improve the overall user experience. Appstats is commonly used with Python applications, particularly those using the Google App Engine platform.
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