Official Eventbrite SDK for Python
Official Eventbrite SDK for Python
Full Documentation: http://eventbrite-sdk-python.readthedocs.org/
API Reference: https://developer.eventbrite.com/docs/
Installation from PyPI
$ pip install eventbrite
If you need to, you can also use easy_install:
$ easy_install eventbrite
The Eventbrite Python SDK makes it trivial to interact with the Eventbrite API:
>>> from eventbrite import Eventbrite >>> eventbrite = Eventbrite('my-oauth-token') >>> user = eventbrite.get_user() # Not passing an argument returns yourself >>> user['id'] 1234567890 >>> user['name'] Daniel Roy Greenfeld
You can also specify API endpoints manually:
>>> user = eventbrite.get('/users/me') >>> user['id'] 1234567890 >>> user['name'] Daniel Roy Greenfeld
Expansions can be included in a returned GET resource by simply adding the expand keyword to the calling method:
>>> event = eventbrite.get_event('my-event-id') >>> 'ticket_classes' in evbobject False >>> event = eventbrite.get_event('my-event-id', expand='ticket_classes') >>> 'ticket_classes' in evbobject True
Usage with Frameworks
When using Flask, you can convert incoming webhook requests into Eventbrite API objects using the webhook_to_object() method:
@app.route('/webhook', methods=['POST']) def webhook(): # Use the API client to convert from a webhook to an API object api_object = eventbrite.webhook_to_object(request) # Process the API object if api_object.type == 'User': do_user_process(api_object) if api_object.type == 'Event': do_event_process(api_object) return ""
Because this client interacts with Eventbrite’s third API (a.k.a. APIv3), we are tying our release numbers against it in a modified-semantic system:
3.x.x where ‘3’ matches the API version. This will not change until Eventbrite releases a new API version.
x.0.x where ‘0’ is increased any time there is a significant change to the API that possibly breaks backwards compatibility
x.x.1 where ‘1’ is increased on any release that does not break backwards compatibility (small, new features, enhancements, bugfixes)
Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/eventbrite/eventbrite-sdk-python.
The library is available as Open Source under the terms of the Apache License, Version 2.0.
Added testing and support for Python versions up to 3.8, along with PyPy 3.
Remove support for deprecated Python versions 2.6, 3.3, and 3.4.
Fixed get_format() and get_formats() methods, to use the right endpoint.
- Added new organizers endpoint (thanks tp @mgrdcm)
Added 3 new user endpoints, thanks to @jon-ga (#29)
Removed type mapping as it added unnecessary complexity preventing easy management of paginated responses.
Fixed ticket definitions in Event creation test
Set input variable using input argument thanks to Bill So (#27).
Added new publish and unpublish methods thanks to Ryan Bagwell.
Eventbrite client now accepts an eventbrite_api_url argument.
Added control over expansion of response. Documentation at http://www.eventbrite.com/developer/v3/reference/expansions/
Removed ‘content-type’ header from all GET requests. Thank you @xxv for identifying the problem and contributing code.
Resolved the search result response problem where filtering did not work.
Fixed import issue with __version__. Thank you @meshy and @longjos for identifying the problem.
Event creation now working.
Added feature allowing the use of Eventbrite API url at test servers. Should expedite development of tricky post actions.
Added reverse mapping for get_event_ticket_class() method.
Added events mapping to provide GET access to the Event endpoint.
Removed several deprecated JSON mappings.
Initial release of 3.0.0 client
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