A thin wrapper for the public Vero API
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README.rst

vero: Python client for Vero

Full documentation can be found on ReadTheDocs

Vero is an API wrapper for event logging in your Python application. Fetch your auth token from your Vero account and use the python interface instead of API web hooks.

>>> from vero import VeroEventLogger
>>> logger = VeroEventLogger(auth_token)
>>> user_id = 42
>>> user_data = {
        'full_name': 'Jane Doe'
    }
>>> response = logger.add_user(user_id, user_data)
>>> response.status_code
200

Features

Modify user data and log events. Run in live or test mode.

  • Add user
  • Edit user
  • Add user tags
  • Remove user tags
  • Unsubscribe user
  • Add event

Installation

Install the package from PyPI

pip install vero

Usage

Create instance

Use the authorization token from your Vero account page to create a VeroEventLogger object.

>>> from vero import VeroEventLogger
>>> auth_token = "foobar"
>>> logger = VeroEventLogger(auth_token)

After creating an instance of VeroEventLogger as logger use any of the following methods to access Vero. All methods will accept the keyword argument development_mode=True to enable logging in test mode.

Add user

Create a new user with the information in user_data. user_email is optional but is needed to trigger emails to the user.

>>> user_id = 1
>>> user_email = 'johndoe@example.com'
>>> user_data = {
        'first name': 'John',
        'last name': 'Doe'
    }
>>> logger.add_user(user_id, user_data, user_email=user_email)

Edit user

Add or change fields in user_data for the user.

>>> user_id = 1
>>> user_data = {
        'first name': 'Jane'
    }
>>> logger.edit_user(user_id, user_data)

Add user tags

Add each tag in tag_list to the user.

>>> user_id = 1
>>> tag_list = ['blue', 'red', 'yellow']
>>> logger.add_tags(user_id, tag_list)

Remove user tags

Remove each tag in tag_list from the user.

>>> user_id = 1
>>> tag_list = ['yellow']
>>> logger.remove_tags(user_id, tag_list)

Unsubscribe user

Unsubscribe the user from triggering future events.

>>> user_id = 1
>>> logger.unsubscribe_user(user_id)

Add event

Note: adding an event with a user id that doesn't exist will create the user.

Event data can contain whatever fields are needed.

>>> user_id = 2
>>> user_email = 'janedoe@example.com'
>>> event_name = 'Visited Website'
>>> event_data = {
        'date': 'today',
        'visited': 'front page'
    }
>>> logger.add_event(event_name, event_data, user_id, user_email=user_email)
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