Unofficial Client for Piazza's Internal API
>>> from piazza_api import Piazza >>> p = Piazza() >>> p.user_login() Email: ... Password: ... >>> user_profile = p.get_user_profile() >>> eece210 = p.network("hl5qm84dl4t3x2") >>> eece210.get_post(100) ... >>> posts = eece210.iter_all_posts(limit=10) >>> for post in posts: ... do_awesome_thing(post) >>> users = eece210.get_users(["userid1", "userid2"]) >>> all_users = eece210.get_all_users()
Above are some examples to get started; more in the documentation (which is coming soon; but the code is all Sphinx-style documented and is fairly readable).
You can also use the "internal" PiazzaRPC class which maps more directly
to Piazza's API itself but is not as nice and as intuitive to use as the
Piazza class abstraction.
>>> from piazza_api.rpc import PiazzaRPC >>> p = PiazzaRPC("hl5qm84dl4t3x2") >>> p.user_login() Email: ... Password: ... >>> p.content_get(181) ... >>> p.add_students(["firstname.lastname@example.org", "anotherStudent@example.com"]) ...
You've seen this before and you'll see it again.
# The easy way pip install piazza-api
# The developer way git clone https://github.com/hfaran/piazza-api cd piazza-api python setup.py develop
This project is licensed under the MIT License.
This is not an official API. I am not affiliated with Piazza Technologies Inc. in any way, and am not responsible for any damage that could be done with it. Use it at your own risk.