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Python client for interacting with the Trace api.

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Python client for interacting with the Trace api. For information on the API see the api documentation

Getting Started

from py_trace import Trace

client = Trace(<client_key>, <client_secret>)
# output should be like<token>, go to the url and authorize the app
# after authorization, you should see a url like<token>&oauth_verifier=<verifier>

To use in a web app (using a very basic Flask example):

from flask import Flask, request, redirect
import json

app = Flask(__name__)
trace = Trace(<client_key>, <client_secret>, host + '/auth_callback')

def handle_redirect():
    return redirect('/user')

def get_user_token():
    url = trace.get_auth_url()
    return redirect(url)

def get_user():
    return json.dumps(trace.get_user())


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0.1.0 (2018-07-22)

  • First release on PyPI.

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