Simple Python interface to Amazon DynamoDB, adding some dict-like sugar to boto.dynamodb.layer2.
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dynamo_db_dict

Simple Python interface to Amazon DynamoDB,
adding some dict-like sugar to boto.dynamodb.layer2.

Usage:

pip install dynamo_db_dict
from dynamo_db_dict import dynamo_db

db = dynamo_db(aws_access_key_id='YOUR KEY HERE', aws_secret_access_key='YOUR SECRET KEY HERE') # or via: os.environ, ~/.boto, /etc/boto.cfg
# Set table_name_prefix='YOUR_PROJECT_NAME_' if you use the same DynamoDB account for several projects.

# Either create table "user" with hash_key "email" via AWS concole, or via inherited db.create_table(...).
db.user['john@example.com'] = dict(first_name='John', last_name='Johnson') # Put. No need to repeat "email" in dict(...).
john = db.user['john@example.com'] # Get.
assert john == dict(email='john@example.com', first_name='John', last_name='Johnson') # Complete item, with "email".
assert john['first_name'] == 'John' # Key access.
assert john.first_name == 'John' # Attr access.
del db.user['john@example.com'] # Delete.

dynamo_db_dict version 0.2.4
Copyright (C) 2012 by Denis Ryzhkov denis@ryzhkov.org
MIT License, see http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT