Python client library for ferien-api.de


Keywords
ferien, api, client, async, ferien-api, german, germany, vacations
License
MIT
Install
pip install ferien-api==0.3.6

Documentation

ferien-api

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Python client library for ferien-api.de

Installation

ferien-api needs python 3.5+ to function properly

pip install ferien-api

Usage

You could use the synchronous implementation which will block until a response arrives from the api or you could use the async implementation which will be non-blocking your other async stuff.

Synchronous:

import ferien


def main():
    # Get all vacations for all time and states
    print("All vacations:", ferien.all_vacations())

    # Get all vacations for a specific state (in this case Hamburg - HH) ...
    print("All vacations for HH:", ferien.state_vacations('HH'))

    # ... and optionally for a specific year
    print("All vacations for HH in 2019:", ferien.state_vacations('HH', 2019))

    # Fetch all valid states
    print("Valid state codes:", ferien.state_codes())

    # Get current vacation (None if there is no vacation)
    print("Current vacation in HH:", ferien.current_vacation('HH'))

    # Get next vacation (None if there is no next vacation)
    print("Next vacation in HH:", ferien.next_vacation('HH'))


if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()

Asynchronous:

import asyncio

import ferien


async def main():
    # Get all vacations for all time and states
    print("All vacations:", await ferien.all_vacations_async())

    # Get all vacations for a specific state (in this case Hamburg - HH) ...
    print("All vacations for HH:", await ferien.state_vacations_async('HH'))

    # ... and optionally for a specific year
    print("All vacations for HH in 2019:", await ferien.state_vacations_async('HH', 2019))

    # Fetch all valid states. This one is _NOT_ async
    print("Valid state codes:", ferien.state_codes())

    # Get current vacation (None if there is no vacation)
    print("Current vacation in HH:", ferien.current_vacation(vacs=await ferien.state_vacations_async('HH')))

    # Get next vacation (None if there is no next vacation)
    print("Next vacation in HH:", ferien.next_vacation(vacs=await ferien.state_vacations_async('HH')))


if __name__ == '__main__':
    loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
    loop.run_until_complete(main())

Both implementations of all_vacations and state_vacations will return a list of Vacation data objects. See below for the definition of a Vacation object.

Vacation(
    start=datetime.datetime(2020, 12, 21, 0, 0),
    end=datetime.datetime(2021, 1, 5, 0, 0),
    year=2020,
    state_code='HH',
    name='weihnachtsferien',
    slug='weihnachtsferien-2020-HH'
)

Please note: All datetime objects are in the Europe/Berlin (CET/CEST) timezone

Using the async version it is easy to make multiple requests in "parallel" (not true... you know that when you are an asyncio enthusiast) and save a lot of time:

import asyncio

import ferien


async def print_wrapper(state_code):
    print("Fetching {}".format(state_code))
    res = await ferien.state_vacations_async(state_code, 2019)
    print("Fetched {}".format(state_code))
    return res


if __name__ == '__main__':
    loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
    coros = [
        print_wrapper('HH'),
        print_wrapper('SH'),
        print_wrapper('BE'),
        print_wrapper('BB')
    ]
    loop.run_until_complete(asyncio.gather(*coros))

Changelog

0.3.6

  • Removes unnecessary print statement in utils.py

0.3.5

  • Adds strptime fallback for Z remainder (#5)

0.3.4

  • Fixes incorrect localization to Europe/Berlin for dates

0.3.3

  • Changes all timestamps from naive to 'Europe/Berlin'

0.3.2

  • Adds type hints to codebase
  • Adds mypy as a linter

0.3.1

  • Adds pylint as a linter and make him happy!

0.3.0

  • Adds current_vacation and next_vacation implementations

0.2.0

  • Adds an async implementation of all_vacations and state_vacations

0.1.0

  • Initial version