A simple Python wrapper for the Dribbble API.
The easiest way to get the API is by using
pip install dribbble
dribbble wrapper intends to make the API as easy to use as
>>> import dribbble as d # Get info on a player >>> d.info('simplebits') # Alternative, cooler name for getting info >>> d.scout('simplebits') # See the current community shots >>> d.shots('popular') >>> d.shots('everyone') >>> d.shots('debut') # Pagination and up to 30 shots at a time. >>> d.shots('popular', count=30, page=2) # Get shots for a player >>> d.shots('simplebits') >>> d.player('simplebits') # Get information on a particular shot >>> d.shot(1234) # See a particular shot's rebounds >>> d.rebounds(591065) # Get comments on a shot >>> d.comments(607332) # See the likes for a player >>> d.likes('simplebits') # Get the followers of a player >>> d.followers('lobanovskiy') # See who a player is following >>> d.following('simplebits') >>> d.teammates('vi') # Get recent shots from the players a player is following >>> d.scoreboard('simplebits') # See who a given player has drafted >>> d.draftees('CreatureBox') # Get the Twitter username of a player >>> d.twitter('vi')
If you have
lxml installed, there are two additional functions, as
# Check to see if a shot has attachments >>> d.attachments(535565) # See if a shot has PSD attachments >>> d.psd(607070)