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Python language SDK for FusionExport

Project description

Language SDK for FusionExport which enables exporting of charts & dashboards through Python.

Installation

To install this Python package, simply use:

pip install fusionexport

Getting Started

After installing the package, create a new file named chart-config.json which contains the chart configurations to be exported. Before exporting your chart, make sure the FusionExport service is running.

The chart-config.json file looks as shown below:

[{
    "type": "column2d",
    "renderAt": "chart-container",
    "width": "600",
    "height": "400",
    "dataFormat": "json",
    "dataSource": {
        "chart": {
            "caption": "Number of visitors last week",
            "subCaption": "Bakersfield Central vs Los Angeles Topanga"
        },
        "data": [
            {
                "label": "Mon",
                "value": "15123"
            },
            {
                "label": "Tue",
                "value": "14233"
            },
            {
                "label": "Wed",
                "value": "25507"
            }
        ]
    }
}]

Now, import the fusionexport module into your project and write export logic as follows:

from fusionexport import ExportManager, ExportConfig  # Import sdk


def read_file(file_path):
    try:
        with open(file_path, "r") as f:
            return f.read()
    except Exception as e:
        print(e)


# Called when export is done
def on_export_done(event, error):
    if error:
        print(error)
    else:
        ExportManager.save_exported_files("exported_images", event["result"])


# Called on each export state change
def on_export_state_changed(event):
    print(event["state"])


# Instantiate the ExportConfig class and add the required configurations
export_config = ExportConfig()
export_config["chartConfig"] = read_file("chart-config.json")

# Provide port and host of FusionExport Service
export_server_host = "127.0.0.1"
export_server_port = 1337

# Instantiate the ExportManager class
em = ExportManager(export_server_host, export_server_port)
# Call the export() method with the export config and the respective callbacks
em.export(export_config, on_export_done, on_export_state_changed)

Now run this file, then the exported chart will be received on ExportDone event.

API Reference

You can find the full reference here

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