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Python SDK for accessing Procore APIs

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Procore Python SDK

Python SDK for accessing Procore APIs.

Installation

This project requires Python 3+ and Requests library (pip install requests).

  1. Download this project and use it (copy it in your project, etc).

  2. Install it from pip.

     $ pip install procore
    

Usage

To use this SDK you'll need these Procore credentials used for OAuth2 authentication: client ID, client secret and refresh token. Visit https://developers.procore.com to setup Procore developer account

This SDK is very easy to use.

  1. First you'll need to create a connection using the main class Procore.
from procore import Procore, WrongParamsError

connection = Procore(
    login_url='LOGIN URL',
    base_url='BASE URL',
    client_id='PROCORE CLIENT ID',
    client_secret='PROCORE CLIENT SECRET',
    refresh_token='REFRESH TOKEN'
)

companies = connection.companies.get() # Get All Companies
company_id = companies[0]['id']

projects = connection.projects.get(company_id=company_id) # Get All Projects

See more details about the usage into the wiki pages of this project.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details

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