Client library for the Ubersmith API 2.0


Keywords
ubersmith
License
MIT
Install
pip install ubersmith==0.4.0

Documentation

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Installation

pip install ubersmith

Example Use

First you'll need to initialize the ubersmith package with your login credentials:

import ubersmith
ubersmith.init('http://ubersmith/api/2.0/', 'username', 'password')

Then you can make API calls:

from ubersmith import uber, client
uber.method_list()
client.get(email='g.freeman@combineresearch.com')

These modules match the methods as documented in the Ubersmith API 2.0 docs.

Without Module State

ubersmith.init creates and stores a request handler with your login credentials. If for some reason you'd prefer to not have this module state then you can instantiate the request handler manually:

from ubersmith.api import RequestHandler
h = RequestHandler('http://ubersmith/api/2.0/', 'username', 'password')

and then explicitly pass it into any call function:

from ubersmith import uber, client
uber.method_list.handler(h)()
client.get.handler(h)(email='g.freeman@combineresearch.com')

or you can access the call function directly on the handler and the handler will be implicitly passed into the call function for you:

h.uber.method_list()
h.client.get(email='g.freeman@combineresearch.com')

Raw Processing

Alternatively you can process the request directly on the handler:

h.process_request('uber.method_list')
h.process_request('client.get', data={'email': 'g.freeman@combineresearch.com'})

although this will bypass any validation logic and response cleaning provided by the call function and just return the BaseResponse from ubersmith.

Development

You'll need to install the development dependencies:

pip install -r requirements-dev.txt

Running Tests

To run the tests:

py.test

To run the tests on multiple interpreters:

tox

To run the tests and generate a coverage report:

bin/coverage.sh

Console

To run the dev console copy over the example config file:

cp bin/config.py.example bin/config.py

Edit it with your credentials then run the console:

python -i bin/console.py

From here you can run commands against your dev instance:

>>> uber.method_list()