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hubspot-api-python

Python HubSpot API v3 SDK(Client) files and sample apps

Sample Applications can be found in Sample apps

Documentation

See the API docs.

Installation

If you just want to use the package, run:

pip install --upgrade hubspot-api-client

Requirements

Make sure you have Python 3.5+ and pip installed.

Quickstart

Configuring HubSpot client

from hubspot import HubSpot

api_client = HubSpot(access_token='your_access_token')

# or set your access token later
api_client = HubSpot()
api_client.access_token = 'your_access_token'

You'll need to create a private app to get your access token or you can obtain OAuth2 access token.

Hapikey support:

Please, note that hapikey is no longer supported after v5.1.0. You can get more info about hapikey sunset here. Also, plese, visit a migration guide if you need help with a migration process.

OAuth API

Obtain OAuth2 access token:

from hubspot.auth.oauth import ApiException

try:
    tokens = api_client.auth.oauth.tokens_api.create_token(
        grant_type="authorization_code",
        redirect_uri='http://localhost',
        client_id='client_id',
        client_secret='client_secret',
        code='code'
    )
except ApiException as e:
    print("Exception when calling create_token method: %s\n" % e)

CRM API

Create contact:

from hubspot.crm.contacts import SimplePublicObjectInput
from hubspot.crm.contacts.exceptions import ApiException

try:
    simple_public_object_input = SimplePublicObjectInput(
        properties={"email": "email@example.com"}
    )
    api_response = api_client.crm.contacts.basic_api.create(
        simple_public_object_input=simple_public_object_input
    )
except ApiException as e:
    print("Exception when creating contact: %s\n" % e)

Get contact by id:

from hubspot.crm.contacts import ApiException

try:
    contact_fetched = api_client.crm.contacts.basic_api.get_by_id('contact_id')
except ApiException as e:
    print("Exception when requesting contact by id: %s\n" % e)

Get custom objects page:

from hubspot.crm.objects import ApiException

try:
    my_custom_objects_page = api_client.crm.objects.basic_api.get_page(object_type="my_custom_object_type")
except ApiException as e:
    print("Exception when requesting custom objects: %s\n" % e)

Get all:

get_all method is available for all objects (Companies, Contacts, Deals and etc).

all_contacts = api_client.crm.contacts.get_all()

Please note that pagination is used under the hood to get all results.

Search:

do_search method is available for all objects (Companies, Contacts, Deals and etc).

Example Search by date:

import hubspot

from dateutil import parser
from pprint import pprint
from hubspot.crm.contacts import PublicObjectSearchRequest, ApiException

api_client = hubspot.Client.create(access_token="YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN")

# timestamp in milliseconds
date = str(int(parser.isoparse("XXXX-XX-XXTXX:XX:XX.XXXZ").timestamp() * 1000))
public_object_search_request = PublicObjectSearchRequest(
    filter_groups=[
        {
            "filters": [
                {
                    "value": date,
                    "propertyName": "lastmodifieddate",
                    "operator": "EQ"
                }
            ]
        }
    ], limit=10
)
try:
    api_response = api_client.crm.contacts.search_api.do_search(public_object_search_request=public_object_search_request)
    pprint(api_response)
except ApiException as e:
    print("Exception when calling search_api->do_search: %s\n" % e)

CMS API

Get audit logs:

from hubspot.cms.audit_logs import ApiException

try:
    audit_logs_page = api_client.cms.audit_logs.default_api.get_page()
except ApiException as e:
    print("Exception when calling cards_api->create: %s\n" % e)

Using utils

Get OAuth url:

from hubspot.utils.oauth import get_auth_url

auth_url = get_auth_url(
    scopes=('contacts',),
    client_id='client_id',
    redirect_uri='http://localhost'
)

Validate HubSpot request signature

Example of usage from Webhooks Sample App:

import os
from flask import request
from hubspot.utils.webhooks import validate_signature
from hubspot.exceptions import InvalidSignatureError

try:
    validate_signature(
        signature=request.headers["X-HubSpot-Signature"],
        signature_version=request.headers["X-HubSpot-Signature-Version"],
        http_uri=request.base_url,
        request_body=request.data.decode("utf-8"),
        client_secret=os.getenv("HUBSPOT_CLIENT_SECRET"),
    )
except InvalidSignatureError:
    print("Request signature is not valid")

Retry middleware

You can pass an instance of urllib3.util.retry.Retry class to configure http client retries. With internal error retry middleware:

from hubspot import HubSpot
from urllib3.util.retry import Retry

retry = Retry(
    total=3,
    backoff_factor=0.3,
    status_forcelist=(500, 502, 504),
)
api_client = HubSpot(retry=retry)

Or with rate limit retry middleware:

from hubspot import HubSpot
from urllib3.util.retry import Retry

retry = Retry(
    total=5,
    status_forcelist=(429,),
)
api_client = HubSpot(retry=retry)

Convert response object to dict

to_dict method is available for most response objects

contacts = api_client.crm.contacts.basic_api.get_page()
for contact in contacts:
    print(contact.to_dict())

Sample Apps

Please, take a look at our Sample apps

Contributing

Install the package locally:

pip install -e .

Set up the development virtualenv:

make

Run tests:

make test

Run Black for code formatting:

make fmt