Type annotations for boto3.IoTEvents 1.12.7 service, generated by mypy-boto3-buider 1.0.2
Generated by mypy-boto3-buider 1.0.2.
More information can be found on boto3-stubs page.
How to use
Make sure you have mypy installed and activated in your IDE.
python -m pip install boto3-stubs[mypy-boto3-iotevents]
mypy_boto3 in your project and enjoy type checking and auto-complete.
import boto3 from mypy_boto3 import iotevents # alternative import if you do not want to install mypy_boto3 package # import mypy_boto3_iotevents as iotevents # Use this client as usual, now mypy can check if your code is valid. # Check if your IDE supports function overloads, # you probably do not need explicit type annotations # client = boto3.client("iotevents") client: iotevents.IoTEventsClient = boto3.client("iotevents") # works for session as well session = boto3.session.Session(region="us-west-1") session_client: iotevents.IoTEventsClient = session.client("iotevents")
How it works
Fully automated builder carefully generates
type annotations for each service, patiently waiting for
boto3 updates. It delivers
a drop-in type annotations for you and makes sure that:
- All available
boto3services are covered.
- Each public class and method of every
boto3service gets valid type annotations extracted from the documentation (blame
botocoredocs if types are incorrect).
- Type annotations include up-to-date documentation.
- Link to documentation is provided for every method.
- Code is processed by black for readability.
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