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# Dyn Python SDK - Developer Preview

NOTE: This is a developer preview - we welcome your feedback! Please reach out via pull request or GitHub issue.

Making DNS Updates as easy as:

from dyn.traffic import DynTraffic

# create a new instance of the API client dyn = DynTraffic(‘customername’, ‘username’, ‘password’).with_zone(‘example.com’)

# establish an API connection dyn.session.create()

# create an A record dyn.record.create(‘A’, ‘www.example.com.’, {‘address’:‘1.2.3.4’})

# create a CNAME record dyn.record.create(‘CNAME’, ‘www2.example.com.’, {‘cname’:’www.example.com’})

# delete one A record dyn.record.delete(‘A’, ‘www.example.com’, <record_id>)

# delete all A record dyn.record.delete(‘A’, ‘www.example.com’)

# delete a CNAME record dyn.record.delete(‘CNAME’, ‘www2.example.com’)

# publish changes dyn.zone.publish()

#Get all records from the zone dyn.zone.list()

#Get all records from the node dyn.zone.list(‘www.example.com’)

# log out to finish session dyn.session.destroy()

Working with Messaging is as easy as:

import sys from dyn.messaging import DynMessaging import json

def show(message, result):
sys.stderr.write(message + “: ” + json.dumps(result) + ‘nn’)

client = DynMessaging(‘yourapikey’) client._client.verbose = False

# accounts (create, list, list_xheaders, update, update_headers, destroy) show(“ACCOUNTS LIST”, client.accounts.list()) show(“ACCOUNTS CREATE”, client.accounts.create(“some@address.com”, “secretword”, “some company”, “1234567890”, “123 main st”, “big city”, “MA”, “12345”, “USA”, “east”, “bounces.com”, “spam.com”, “unsubscribe.com”, “trackopens.com”, “tracelinks.com”, “trackunsubscribes.com”, “generatenewapikey.com”)) show(“ACCOUNTS UPDATE”, client.accounts.update(“some@address.com”, “secretword”, “some company”, “1234567890”, “123 main st”, “big city”, “MA”, “12345”, “USA”, “east”, “bounces.com”, “spam.com”, “unsubscribe.com”, “trackopens.com”, “tracelinks.com”, “trackunsubscribes.com”, “generatenewapikey.com”)) show(“ACCOUNTS DESTROY”, client.accounts.destroy(“some@address.com”)) show(“XHEADERS LIST”, client.accounts.list_xheaders()) show(“XHEADERS UPDATE”, client.accounts.update_xheaders(‘X-MyExample1’,’X-AnotherExample2’,’X-Interesting3’,’X-Important4’))

# senders (list, details, status, create, update, dkim, destroy) show(“SENDERS LIST”, client.senders.list()) show(“SENDERS DETAILS”, client.senders.details(“some@address.com”)) show(“SENDERS STATUS”, client.senders.status(“some@address.com”)) show(“SENDERS CREATE”, client.senders.create(“some@address.com”)) show(“SENDERS UPDATE”, client.senders.update(“some@address.com”)) show(“SENDERS DKIM”, client.senders.dkim(“some@address.com”, “123dkim”)) show(“SENDERS DESTROY”, client.senders.destroy(“some@address.com”))

# recipients (status, activate) show(“RECIPIENTS STATUS”, client.recipients.status(“some@address.com”)) show(“RECIPIENTS ACTIVATE”, client.recipients.activate(“some@address.com”))

# suppressions (list, count, create, activate) show(“SUPPRESSIONS LIST”, client.suppressions.list()) show(“SUPPRESSIONS COUNT”, client.suppressions.count()) show(“SUPPRESSIONS CREATE”, client.suppressions.create(“something@address.com”)) show(“SUPPRESSIONS ACTIVATE”, client.suppressions.activate(“something@address.com”))

# send mail (send) show(“SEND MAIL”, client.send_mail.send(“from@somedomain.com”, “to@someotherdomain.com”, ‘hello’, ‘from python api’, “<html><body>’hi from python api’</body></html>”, “somecc@address.com”, “somereply@address.com”))

# report - delivery (list, count) show(“DELIVERY REPORT”, client.delivery.list(‘2014-01-01’,‘2014-08-01’)) show(“DELIVERY COUNTS”, client.delivery.count(‘2014-01-01’,‘2014-08-01’))

# Examples

For more comprehensive examples, check out the “examples” folder.

# API Endpoints Supported

  • Traffic - Session API: create/destroy
  • Traffic - Record API: AAAA A CNAME DNSKEY DS KEY LOC MX NS PTR RP SOA SRV TXT
  • Traffic - Zone API: list/get/publish/freeze/thaw
  • Traffic - Http Redirect API: create/update/list/destroy
  • Messaging - All Endpoints Supported

# Known Issues

  • None yet

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