Asynchronous Python client for the Eiswarnung API
Python - Eiswarnung Client
Asynchronous Python client for the Eiswarnung API.
A python package with which you can read data from Eiswarnung API. This way you know whether it is necessary to scratch your car window the next day, because there is a layer of ice on it. This service comes from Germany but should work in other countries as well.
pip install eiswarnung
For a successful request, you must fill in the
longitude data and have a valid
API key, which you can request via this website. Note: there is a limit of 50 requests per day.
import asyncio from eiswarnung import Eiswarnung async def main(): """Show example on getting data from the Eiswarnung API.""" async with Eiswarnung( api_key="API_KEY", latitude=49.17, longitude=11.10, ) as client: forecast = await client.forecast() print(forecast) print(client.ratelimit) if __name__ == "__main__": asyncio.run(main())
You can read the following data with this package:
- Request date (datetime)
- Status ID (int)
- Forecast Type - in English (str)
- Forecast Text - in German (str)
- Forecast City (str)
- Forecast Date - the next day (datetime)
- Call Limit (int)
- Remaining Calls (int)
- Retry after (remaining seconds)
This is an active open-source project. We are always open to people who want to use the code or contribute to it.
We've set up a separate document for our contribution guidelines.
Thank you for being involved! :heart_eyes:
Setting up development environment
This Python project is fully managed using the Poetry dependencies manager.
You need at least:
- Python 3.9+
Install all packages, including all development requirements:
Poetry creates by default an virtual environment where it installs all necessary pip packages, to enter or exit the venv run the following commands:
poetry shell exit
Setup the pre-commit check, you must run this inside the virtual environment:
Now you're all set to get started!
As this repository uses the pre-commit framework, all changes are linted and tested with each commit. You can run all checks and tests manually, using the following command:
poetry run pre-commit run --all-files
To run just the Python tests:
poetry run pytest
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