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A python wrapper around HubSpot's APIs, for python 3. Built initially around hapipy, but heavily modified.

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A python wrapper around HubSpot's APIs, for python 3.6+.

Built initially around hapipy, but heavily modified.

Check out the documentation here! (thanks readthedocs)

Quick start


# install hubspot3
pip install hubspot3

Basic Usage

from hubspot3 import Hubspot3

API_KEY = "your-api-key"

client = Hubspot3(api_key=API_KEY)

# all of the clients are accessible as attributes of the main Hubspot3 Client
contact = client.contacts.get_contact_by_email('')
contact_id = contact['vid']

all_companies = client.companies.get_all()

# new usage limit functionality - keep track of your API calls
# <Hubspot3UsageLimits: 28937/1000000 (0.028937%) [reset in 22157s, cached for 299s]>

# 971063

Individual Clients

from hubspot3.companies import CompaniesClient

API_KEY = "your-api-key"

client = CompaniesClient(api_key=API_KEY)

for company in client.get_all():

Passing Params

import json
from import DealsClient

deal_id = "12345"
API_KEY = "your_api_key"

deals_client = DealsClient(api_key=API_KEY)

params = {
    "includePropertyVersions": "true"
}  # Note values are camelCase as they appear in the Hubspot Documentation!

deal_data = deals_client.get(deal_id, params=params)

Command-line interface

There is also a command-line tool available. Install the extra requirement for that tool via:

pip install hubspot3[cli]

and you can use it as a command:

hubspot3 --help

See the Sphinx documentation for more details and explanations.

Rate Limiting

Be aware that this uses the HubSpot API directly, so you are subject to all of the guidelines that HubSpot has in place.

at the time of writing, HubSpot has the following limits in place for API requests:

Free & Starter:

  • 10 requests per second
  • 250,000 requests per day.

Professional & Enterprise:

  • 10 requests per second
  • 500,000 requests per day.

This daily limit resets at midnight based on the time zone setting of the HubSpot account. There is also an additional addon you can purchase for more requests.

Retrying API Calls

By default, hubspot3 will attempt to retry all API calls up to 2 times upon failure.

If you'd like to override this behavior, you can add a number_retries keyword argument to any Client constructor, or to individual API calls.

Extending the BaseClient - thanks @Guysoft!

Some of the APIs are not yet complete! If you'd like to use an API that isn't yet in this repo, you can extend the BaseClient class!

import json
from hubspot3.base import BaseClient


class PipelineClient(BaseClient):
    Lets you extend to non-existing clients, this example extends pipelines

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        super(PipelineClient, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

    def get_pipelines(self, **options):
        params = {}

        return self._call("pipelines", method="GET", params=params)

    def _get_path(self, subpath):
        return "deals/v{}/{}".format(
            self.options.get("version") or PIPELINES_API_VERSION, subpath

if __name__ == "__main__":
    API_KEY = "your_api_key"
    a = PipelineClient(api_key=API_KEY)

Advanced oauth2 token storage - thanks @sangaline!

This is an example of how you can use the oauth2_token_getter and oauth2_token_setter kwargs on the client to use custom storage (in this case redis) so that multiple clients can share the same access/refresh tokens generated by the oauth2 requests.

import aioredis
from hubspot3 import Hubspot3

redis_client = await aioredis.create_redis_pool(url, db=db, encoding='utf-8', timeout=10)

def oauth2_token_getter(token_type: str, client_id: str) -> str:
    loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
    key = f'hubspot-oauth2-tokens:{token_type}:{client_id}'
    return loop.run_until_complete(redis_client.get(key))

def oauth2_token_setter(token_type: str, client_id: str, token: str) -> None:
    loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
    key = f'hubspot-oauth2-tokens:{token_type}:{client_id}'
    # Token expiration is six hours, so match that when we store the tokens.
    # See:
    expire_in_seconds = 6 * 60 * 60
    loop.run_until_complete(redis_client.set(key, token, expire=expire_in_seconds))

# This client will share oauth2 credentials with other clients configured in the same way.
hubspot3_client = Hubspot3(


I'm currently working on rewriting many of the tests with pytest to work against the public API and ensure that we get the correct type of mock data back. These tests are currently in a very early state - I'll be working soon to get them all built out.

# Install required test packages
pip install pytest pytest-cov
# or
pip install -r requirements-dev.txt

# run tests
# or
make test_all

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