A simple python client for pushbullet.com
In order to use the API you need an API key that can be obtained here. This is user specific and is used instead of passwords.
The easiest way is to just open your favorite terminal and type
pip install pushbullet.py
Alternatively you can clone this repo and install it with
python setup.py install
- The wonderful requests library.
- The magical python-magic library.
from pushbullet import Pushbullet pb = Pushbullet(api_key)
If your key is invalid (that is, the Pushbullet API returns a 401), an InvalidKeyError is raised.
Pushing a text note
push = pb.push_note("This is the title", "This is the body")
push is a dictionary containing the data returned by the Pushbullet API.
Pushing an address
address = " 25 E 85th St, 10028 New York, NY" push = pb.push_address("home", address)
Pushing a list
to_buy = ["milk", "bread", "cider"] push = pb.push_list("Shopping list", to_buy)
Pushing a file
Pushing files is a two part process. First you need to upload the file, and after that you can push it like you would anything else.
with open("my_cool_picture.jpg", "rb") as pic: file_data = pb.upload_file(pic, "picture.jpg") push = pb.push_file(**file_data)
upload_file returns a dictionary containing file_type, file_url and file_name keys. These are the same parameters that push_file take.
The advantage of this is that if you already have a file uploaded somewhere, you can use that instead of uploading again. For example:
push = pb.push_file(file_url="https://i.imgur.com/IAYZ20i.jpg", file_name="cat.jpg", file_type="image/jpeg")
Working with pushes
You can also view all previous pushes:
pushes = pb.get_pushes()
Pushes is a list containing dictionaries that have push data. You can use this data to dismiss notifications or delete pushes.
latest = pushes # We already read it, so let's dismiss it pb.dismiss_push(latest.get("iden")) # Now delete it pb.delete_push(latest.get("iden"))
Both of these raise PushbulletError if there’s an error.
You can also delete all of your pushes:
pushes = pb.delete_pushes()
Pushing to specific devices
So far all our pushes went to all connected devices, but there’s a way to limit that.
First we need to get hold of some devices.
# Get all devices that the current user has access to. print(pb.devices) # [Device('Motorola Moto G'), Device('N7'), Device('Chrome')] # Select a device from the array using indexing motog = pb.devices # Or retrieve a device by its name. Note that an InvalidKeyError is raised if the name does not exist motog = pb.get_device('Motorola Moto G')
Now we can use the device objects like we did with pb:
push = motog.push_note("Hello world!", "We're using the api.")
Alternatively we can pass the device to push methods:
push = pb.push_note("Hello world!", "We're using the api.", device=motog)
Creating new devices
Creating a new device is easy too, you only need to specify a name for it.
listener = pb.new_device("Listener")
Now you can use it like any other device.
You can change the nickname, the manufacturer and the model of the device:
listener = pb.edit_device(listener, manufacturer="Python", model="3.4.1") motog = pb.edit_device(motog, nickname="My MotoG")
Of course, you can also delete devices, even those not added by you.
A PushbulletError is raised on error.
You can also send pushes to channels. First, create a channel on the Pushbullet website (also make sure to subscribe to that channel). All channels which belong to the current user can be retrieved as follows:
# Get all channels created by the current user print(pb.channels) # [Channel('My Channel' 'channel_identifier')] my_channel = pb.channels
Then you can send a push to all subscribers of this channel like so:
push = my_channel.push_note("Hello Channel!", "Hello My Channel")
Note that you can only push to channels which have been created by the current user.
Contacts, which are known as “Chats” in Pushbullet’s terminilogy, work just like devices:
# Get all contacts the user has print(pb.chats) # [Chat('Peter' <firstname.lastname@example.org>), Chat('Sophie' <email@example.com>] sophie = pb.chats
Now we can use the chat objects like we did with pb or with the devices.:
push = sophie.push_note("Hello world!", "We're using the api.") # Or: push = pb.push_note("Hello world!", "We're using the api.", chat=sophie)
Adding new chats
bob = pb.new_chat("Bob", "firstname.lastname@example.org")
You can change the name of any chat:
bob = pb.edit_chat(bob, "bobby")
Sending SMS messages
device = pb.devices push = pb.push_sms(device, "+3612345678", "Wowza!")
If the Pushbullet api returns an error code a PushError an __ InvalidKeyError or a PushbulletError is raised. The first __ two are both subclasses of PushbulletError
The pushbullet api documetation contains a list of possible status codes.
- More tests. Write them all.
MIT license. See LICENSE for full text.
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