A Python wrapper around the App Center REST API.
This is a minimal Python wrapper around the App Center REST APIs to get you up and running. If you are looking for something more substantial, please refer to the REST API documentation: https://openapi.appcenter.ms/
You can install with
pip install appcenter
# 1. Import the library import appcenter # 2. Create a new client client = appcenter.AppCenterClient(access_token="abc123def456") # 3. Check some error groups start = datetime.datetime.now() - datetime.timedelta(days=10) for group in client.crashes.get_error_groups(owner_name="owner", app_name="myapp", start_time=start): print(group.errorGroupId) # 4. Get recent versions for version in client.versions.all(owner_name="owner", app_name="myapp"): print(version) # 5. Create a new release client.versions.upload_and_release( owner_name="owner", app_name="myapp", version="0.1", build_number="123", binary_path="/path/to/some.ipa", group_id="12345678-abcd-9012-efgh-345678901234", release_notes="These are some release notes", branch_name="test_branch", commit_hash="1234567890123456789012345678901234567890", commit_message="This is a commit message" )
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