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 icon in the
My Craedl card. Copy your token and paste it when
prompted after running the following command:
python -m craedl
Now you can use Python to access your Craedl, for example:
import craedl profile = craedl.auth() for project in profile.get_projects(): print(project.name)
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