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A Python wrapper around the Mixcloud API

Project Description
mixcloud-python
===============


A Python wrapper around the Mixcloud API

It allows you to create Python objects of Mixcloud resources such as User, Categories, Tags etc.
All Mixcloud resources are converted from JSON to Python objects.

For more info check
* www.mixcloud.com/developers/documentation/


Installation
------------
To install mixcloud-python: ::

pip install mixcloud-python

Usage
-----
To use mixcloud-python, you must first create a `Client` instance,

import mixcloud

client = mixcloud.Client()

user = client.get_user('Kasa007')

user.name

Resources
-----
Here is a list of classes and their methods.

**User**

client.get_user('Kasa007') # Pass a user

Instance :

Example of available Instance of a user object:

client = mixcloud.Client()

user = client.get_user('Kasa007')

user.username

user.city

user.url


Check Mixcloud documentation for all available user fields


**Categories**

deep_house_categorie = client.get_categories('deep-house') # Pass a Categorie

Instance :

Example of available Instance of a Categories object:

client = mixcloud.Client()

deep_house_categorie = client.get_categories('deep-house')

deep_house_categorie.url

deep_house_categorie.slug

deep_house_categorie.format


Check Mixcloud documentation for all available categories fields

**Tags**

deep_house_categorie = client.get_tag('funk') # Pass a tag

Instance :

Example of available Instance of a Categories object:

client = mixcloud.Client()

funk_tag = client.get_tag('funk')

funk_tag.url

funk_tag.name

funk_tag.key


Check Mixcloud documentation for all available Tags fields

**Popular**

popular_songs = client.get_popular(limit=2) # Pass a limit optional

Instance :

Example of available Instance of a Popular object:

client = mixcloud.Client()

popular_songs = client.get_popular(limit=2)

popular_songs.data[0].name

popular_songs.data[0].url

popular_songs.data[0].tags[0].name

popular_songs.data[0].tags[0].url


Check Mixcloud documentation for all available Popular fields


**Hot**

popular_songs = client.get_hot(limit=2) # Pass a limit optional

Instance :

Example of available Instance of a Popular object:

client = mixcloud.Client()

hot_songs = client.get_hot(limit=2)

hot_songs.data[0].name

hot_songs.data[0].url

hot_songs.data[0].tags[0].name

hot_songs.data[0].tags[0].url


Check Mixcloud documentation for all available Hot fields

**New**

popular_songs = client.get_new(limit=2) # Pass a limit optional

Instance :

Example of available Instance of a Popular object:

client = mixcloud.Client()

new_songs = client.get_new(limit=2)

new_songs.data[0].name

new_songs.data[0].url

new_songs.data[0].tags[0].name

new_songs.data[0].tags[0].url

Get next page:

new_songs.next_paging()

Get pervious page:

new_songs.previous_paging()


Check Mixcloud documentation for all available New fields


**Search**

popular_songs = client.search('kasa007', 'user') # Pass type and query

Instance :

Example of available Instance of a Popular object:

client = mixcloud.Client()

search_user = client.search('kasa007', 'user')

search_user.data[0].name

search_user.data[0].url


Check Mixcloud documentation for all available Search fields

Create Object from resource
------------

Let's say you want to make a python object of the city London, and the url is https://api.mixcloud.com/discover/city:london/

Example of creating an object out of this url:

client = mixcloud.Client()

discover_london = client.get_url('https://api.mixcloud.com/discover/city:london/')

discover_london.url

discover_london.name

discover_london.key

Requirements
^^^^^^^^^^^^
#. Python 2.7+ or Python 3 +
#. `Requests 2.7.0+ <http://docs.python-requests.org/en/master//>`_
#. `Six 1.4.1+ <https://pythonhosted.org/six/>`_


Running the test
-----------------
Run test:
python mixcloud/tests.py


Authors
-------

`mixcloud-python` was written by `Said Ali <said.ali@msn.com>`_.
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