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The LogUp SDK for Python

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The LogUp SDK for Python enables Python developers to easily integrate LogUp service in their projects.

Getting Started

Sign up for LogUp

Before you begin, you need a LogUp account. Please see the Getting started section of the developer guide for information about how to create a LogUp account and create your first gate.

Install the SDK

Install the SDK library using pip

pip install logup

Initialize the LogUp Client Object

id_gate = "{your-id-gate}"
gate_secret_key = "{your-gate-secret-key}"
# Create an instance of LogupClient using the default API Version
logup_client = LogupClient(
    id_gate,
    gate_secret_key
)

# Create an instance of LogupClient specifying the API version

api_version = "v1_1"
logup_client_1 = LogupClient(
    id_gate,
    gate_secret_key,
    api_version
)

Now you’re ready to verify the token received. On the redirect page where the user is sent to after the LogUp, get from the URL those parameters:

  • logupToken : the unique token to verify user identity
  • isNewUser : true if the user is new for your website, false if the user said he has already an account on your website. More about this parameter

Verify user identity

This code is how you can verify that the token received is correct and see who the user is.

logup_token = "{very-long-token-received-as-URL-query-parameter}"
is_new_user = True or False

if logup_client.is_logup_verified(logup_token, is_new_user):
    # user was successfully logged in!
    # get the subscription object
    subscription = logup_client.subscription
else:
    print("Ops, the user did not log in")

Subscription

With the subscription object you can get more information about the actor who logged in, as well as access to its saved DB. A DB is a key-value store of parameters you can associated to your user. Read mode about DB.

Read the values

This is how a Subscription object is made:

subscription.id_subscription # the id of the subscription
subscription.id_actor # the id of the actor that access the subscription
subscription.is_new_user # true if it is a new user, false otherwise

For difference explanation between id actor and id subscription see our documentation.

Get subscription DB values

To read DB values of that subscription.

db = subscription.db
print("idSubscription retrieved: " + subscription.id_subscription)
print("With this DB associated: ")
print(db)

Add / Update DB values

Add or update a DB value.

data = {
    "key-test": "",
    "second-key-test": 1,
    "third-key-test": True
}
db = subscription.update_db(data)
print("Db values updated: ")
print(db)

Some limitations may apply to the values you want to add to a DB: read them in our documentation. When you update or add values, you do not need to give all the previous values, but just those you need to update / add. The db in response will have all the values currently stored in the DB.

Delete DB values

keys = ["third-key-test"]
db = subscription.delete_db_value(keys)
print("New db values: ")
print(db)

Enter an array with one or more strings representing the keys you want to remove from the DB. The response will have the current db without the removed values.

Operate on custom object

If you want to operate on a subscription that is not the one retrieved during login, you need to create a new Subscription object with the subscription id you are looking for. This is an example:

id_subscription = "sub_XXXXXXXXXXX"
subscription = logup_client.subscription_custom(id_subscription)
# on subscription now you can perform all the operation mentioned above

Remember that if you create a custom new subscription, you won’t have the values of

  • idActor
  • isNewUser

Since they are related to the user trying to access your website, and not to a generic loaded subscription.

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