A client library for FusionAuth
FusionAuth Python Client
If you're integrating FusionAuth with a Python 3 application, this library will speed up your development time.
For additional information and documentation on FusionAuth refer to https://fusionauth.io.
To install the FusionAuth Python Client package run:
pip install fusionauth-client
This library can be found on PyPI
And then include the package in your code by using the following statement.
from fusionauth.fusionauth_client import FusionAuthClient
Now you're ready to begin making requests to FusionAuth. You will need to supply an API key you created in FusionAuth, the folowing example assumes an API key of
client = FusionAuthClient('6b87a398-39f2-4692-927b-13188a81a9a3', 'http://localhost:9011')
Each method in the client library includes documentation to describe the use and parameters. In addition to this resource, review the API documentation. https://fusionauth.io/docs/v1/tech/apis/
If you encounter issues with this library, please open an issue.
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