A very simple Python client for the PushingBox Notification service API.
# pushingbox A very simple Python client for the [PushingBox](https://www.pushingbox.com/index.php) Notification service API.
## Installation Simply install using pip as follows:
pip install PushingBox
or clone this repo and run the following:
python setup.py install
You will need to install the [requests](http://python-requests.org) module (pip install -r requirements.txt).
## Usage This is extremely simple. First create a ‘Scenario’ via the [PushingBox dashboard](https://www.pushingbox.com/scenarios.php). This will generate a DeviceID for your scenario, for example: v0123456789ABCDE. To use this scenario with this python library is as easy as the following:
` >>> from PushingBox import PushingBox >>> pbox=PushingBox() >>> pbox.push('v0123456789ABCDE') `
If your Scenario contains variables, as per the following example from the [PushingBox API page](https://www.pushingbox.com/api.php):
The $room$ temperature is $temperature$ degrees
then you can pass these variables as keyword arguments to the push() method as follows:
>>> pbox.push(‘v0123456789ABCDE’, room=’kitchen’, temperature=‘23’)
Its as simple as that.
## Compatability So far, this module has been tested with Python 3.5 on macOS Sierra (10.12.1). As this is an extemely simple pure python module, I see no reason why it won’t work anywhere and everywhere, but if doesn’t: let me know (preferably with a stack trace!).
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