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A Python Wrapper for the Wufoo REST API
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Pyfoo is a Python wrapper for the Wufoo API.

You can use the wrapper with either an API Key or an email address, password, and integration key.

Example usage:

api = PyfooAPI('your_account', 'your_api_key_here')
or
api = PyfooAPI(email='email@email.com', password='password', integration_key='your_integration_key')

Once you have created an instance of the PyfooAPI you can access forms, reports, fields, and entries. The Entry class is a dictionary of field values, all other classes have fields corrosponding with the fields returned by the Wufoo api, for example the Form class has Name, Description, Url, and RedirectMessage properties, along with all of the other properties returned by the API. This allows you to reference the Wufoo API documentation directly when accessing class properties, or a simple dir(form) will also give you a list of all of the available properties.

Here are some examples:

api = PyfooAPI('your_account', 'your_api_key_here')
for form in api.forms:
    print '%s (%s)' % (form.Name, form.entry_count)

for report in api.reports:
    print '%s (%s)' % (report.Name, report.entry_count)

for user in api.users:
    print '%s (%s)' % (report.Name, report.entry_count)

contact_form = api.forms[0]
email_field = contact_form.get_field('Email')    
entries = contact_form.get_entries() # By default this returns 100 entries sorted by DateCreated descending
for entry in entries: 
    print entry[email_field.ID]

entry = entries[0]
for field in contact_form.fields:
    if field.SubFields:
        for subfield in field.SubFields:
            print '%s: %s' % (subfield.Label, entry[subfield.ID])
    else:
        print '%s: %s' % (field.Title, entry[field.ID])

PyfooAPI Class Documentation:

class PyfooAPI(account, api_key) or
class PyfooAPI(email=None, password=None, integration_key=None)
    Propreties:
        forms
        reports
        users


class Form()
    Methods:
        add_entry(Entry())
        add_web_hook(hook_url, handshake_key=None, send_metadata=True)
        delete_web_hook(self, webhook_hash)
        get_entries(page_start=0, page_size=100, sort_field='DateCreated', sort_direction='DESC')
        get_iframe_embed_url()
        get_javascript_embed_url()
        get_link_url()
        search_entries([SearchParameter(), SearchParameter(), ...])
        get_field(title)

    Properties:
        comments
        entry_count
        fields


class Entry()
    Properties:    
        comments


class Report()
    Methods:
        get_entries(page_start=0, page_size=100)
        get_link()

    Propreties:
        entries
        entry_count
        fields
        widgets


class User()
    Methods:
        get_big_image_url(self)
        get_small_image_url(self)


class Widget()
    Methods:
        get_embed_code(self)

class SearchParameter(field, operator, value)
class Comment()
class Field()
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