A Python SDK for Craedl
Craedl Python SDK
The Craedl Python SDK (Software Development Kit) enables Craedl users to access their Craedl accounts using the Python programming language. This provides a mechanism for using Craedl on computers without access to a web browser (such as a high-performance computing cluster) and to automate common Craedl project manipulations (such as file uploads and downloads) within a Python script.
Get started with the Craedl Python SDK by obtaining it via PyPI:
pip install craedl
Log into your Craedl account at Craedl.org and generate an API access token by clicking the key tab in your profile view. Copy your token and paste it when prompted after running one of the following commands:
(A) Configure your account through a system shell
python -m craedl
(B) Configure your account through an interactive Python interpreter
import craedl craedl.configure()
Now you can use Python to access your Craedl, for example:
import craedl profile = craedl.auth() for craedl in profile.craedls: print(craedl)
For more information about the Craedl Python SDK, refer to our documentation. The source code is hosted on GitHub.
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