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Socialize Python SDK

This SDK is used for our partners, but if you do not have a partner key, you can use this as a template with your client key to get a jump start on making any custom API calls.

How to use

First time running you will need to activate the virtual environment to download required package.

./build.sh build

or modify the settings.py with verified partner key/secret.

./build.sh unit_test

Or running tests using nosetests:

_install/bin/nosetests [ -s for print output| -v more verbose ]

Or running specific test

_install/bin/nosetests -s -v tests.api_user_test:ApiUserTest.test_ban_user_by_id

This SDK is a work in progress. Below are the implemented endpoints.

Partner API:

partner/v1/application
    - GET list of applications
    - POST new application

partner/v1/application/<id>
    - GET specific application
    - PUT update application information
    - Delete
    - Upload P12 for push notification
    - Upload application icon

partner/v1/api_user/
    - Get list of api_users [ filter by application ]
    - Get list of banned users

partner/v1/api_user/<id>
    - ban
    - unban

Usage

The client can be installed as a module and imported.

** You might need to add init.py in submodule root repo.

Instruction from here http://chrisjean.com/2009/04/20/git-submodules-adding-using-removing-and-updating/

to init:
git submodule add git@github.com:socialize/socialize-python-sdk.git socialize_python_sdk
git submodule init
git submodule update

#** I didn't add __init__.py into root folder because it will break every test
#** I will try to fix it later

touch socialize_python_sdk/__init__.py



to update:
goto submodule directory, 
git submodule init
git submodule update
git pull

Examples:

from socialize.client import Partner

'''
    Partner interface can return
        - a list of applications
        - Single Application Object
'''

partner = Partner(key,secret,url)  
apps = partner.applications(userId)

for app in apps:
    print app
    print app.to_dict()

# apps.find() return meta dict, list of application by userId
meta, result = apps.find()

# apps.findOne(id) return application object

application = apps.findOne(42)
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