A Python API for Pushjet. Send notifications to your phone from Python scripts!
pushjet (Python API)
Welcome to pushjet, Python’s Pushjet (see the server on GitHub) API. Pushjet lets you push notifications directly to your phone (among other things)! This module lets you do that pushing from Python! It’s pretty sweet - it lets you do all sorts of cool things, like integrating notifications into your web app or notifying you when something goes on sale.
And yep, the module’s just named pushjet. Spiffy name, and surely not at all confusing. Probably. Hopefully. Maybe.
How to install
> pip install pushjet
Bam, you’re ready to go. It’s compatible with both Python 2 and 3, too - nice, huh?
How to use
See the Getting started section of the documentation. Here’s a little taste:
import pushjet import uuid service = pushjet.Service.create( "Open courses", # Name "http://example.com/university_icon.png" # Icon URL ) device = pushjet.Device(uuid.uuid4()) device.subscribe(service) service.send( "A spot is open for you in the competitive eating course!", # Message "Course open", # Title "http://example.com/courses/eating/competitive" # Link ) for message in device.get_messages(): print message.title print message.message print message.link
For information on all the properties of the classes, and on how to use custom API instances, once again see the documentation.
If there’s a feature you’re missing or a bug you’ve found in pushjet, open an issue on GitHub. If you’ve got a question - or there’s anything you’d like to talk about at all, really - you can reach me via:
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