Balanced API library in python.
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Latest commit 1df86b4 Jan 9, 2015 @rserna2010 rserna2010 Merge pull request #139 from balanced/acounts_settlements_scenarios
Fix scenario formatting
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scenarios Fix scenario formatting Jan 9, 2015
snippets Account and Settlement guide snippets Dec 19, 2014
.gitignore Obtain scenario cache from Github. Color output. Apr 18, 2014
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LICENSE Update LICENSE Jan 30, 2014 Rename README.mkd to; #47 Jun 18, 2013 Add PyPI Pins to readme Dec 13, 2014 Obtain scenario cache from Github. Color output. Apr 18, 2014
requirements.txt add tests and bump version Apr 24, 2014
setup.cfg Try again to get README formatted on PyPI; #47 Jun 20, 2013 Fix License to MIT Dec 13, 2014
test-requirements.txt initial commit. kinda, sorta works Dec 23, 2013


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Build Status Latest Version Downloads Supported Python versions License

v1.x requires Balanced API 1.1. Use v0.x for Balanced API 1.0.


pip install balanced


View Balanced's online tutorial and documentation at


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Write your code and unit tests
  4. Ensure all tests still pass (nosetests)
  5. PEP8 your code
  6. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  7. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  8. Create new pull request

Documentation scenarios

Each scenario lives in the scenarios directory and is comprised of the following:

  • definition.mako - Method definition
  • request.mako - Scenario code
  • - Processed request.mako. Can be executed directly in Python. Generated by
  • python.mako - Documentation template to be consumed by balanced-docs. Generated by -