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* Python.

* Read API documentation (

* To get the "Application ID" and "Secret", (fundamental values for integrating Latch in any application), it’s necessary to register a developer account in Latch's website: On the upper right side, click on "Developer area".


* Import "latch" module.
import latch

* Create a Latch object with the "Application ID" and "Secret" previously obtained.
api = latch.Latch("APP_ID_HERE", "SECRET_KEY_HERE")

* Optional settings:
latch.Latch.set_proxy("PROXY_HOST_HERE", port)

* Call to Latch Server. Pairing will return an account id that you should store for future api calls
response = api.pair("PAIRING_CODE_HERE")
response = api.status("ACCOUNT_ID_HERE")
response = api.unpair("ACCOUNT_ID_HERE")

* After every API call, get Latch response data and errors and handle them.
responseData = response.get_data()
responseError = response.get_error()

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