Jawbone UP API python wrapper
This is a wrapper for the Jawbone UP API. It has convenience methods for auth, access token, refresh token, and api calls.
For terminologies, refer to the documentation here: https://jawbone.com/up/developer/authentication
from jawbone import Jawbone jb = Jawbone(client_id, client_secret, redirect_uri, scope=”)
The app can be authorized for accessing specific data using the “scope” The parameter “scope”, by default is ‘basic_read’, which can be set as per the application’s requirements. Multiple scopes can be authorized by using space delimiters.
To see the list of available scopes, refer: https://jawbone.com/up/developer/authentication (under the heading The “scopes” allowed by the system are)
So, to use the package:
jb = Jawbone(client_id, client_secret, redirect_uri, scope=’basic_read extended_read’)
To make calls on behalf of the user, refer this documentation: https://jawbone.com/up/developer/authentication
To get the authorization token:
This call fetches the authentication URL. You should redirect the user to the generated authentication url. Upon successful authorization, the user is redirected to the “redirect_uri” specified. The “code” is specified as a GET parameter.
If there was an error, the response would be to the “redirect_uri” with GET parameter “error”
Once we have the code, you can get the auth code by calling
token = jb.access_token(code)
Save the generated token response json.
The response, if 200 has the following components as json:
access_token, token_type, expires_at, refresh_token
Store these in the database, for future api calls.
The generated token from the above step has an expiry of 1 year. The refresh token provided as a part of the access_token() call, can be used to obtain the new credentials
response = jb.refresh_token_call(refresh_code)
api_call is a generic method for calling any endpoint. Documentation on endpoints here: https://jawbone.com/up/developer/endpoints
To make an API call to get sleep data:
endpoint = nudge/api/v.1.0/sleep response = jb.api_call(access_token, endpoint)
A response is a json with status_code (200, 400, etc). Parse the json for the response data If response.status == 200, the response.get(“error”) contains the message.
The library dependencies include: