Connect to the Echosign API without constructing HTTP requests
A Python module for connecting to the Adobe Echosign REST API, without the hassle of dealing with the JSON formatting for requests/responses and the REST endpoints and their varying requirements
The most up to date documentation can be found on pyEchosign’s RTD page.
Most classes contain two methods to facilitate the process of receiving JSON from the REST API and turning that into Python classes. One, json_to_X() will handle the JSON formatting for a single instance, while the second - json_to_Xs() processes JSON for multiple instances. Generally, the latter is simply returning a list comprehension that calls the former.
While this is primarily useful for internal purposes - every method retrieving an Agreement from the API will call Agreement.json_to_agreement() for example - the methods are not private and available for use. Any changes to their interface will only be made following deprecation warnings.
Internal Methods and Classes
All protected and private methods; and any classes, functions, or methods found under pyEchosign.utils are subject to change without deprecation warnings however.
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