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This is a small little library that allows you to control your Kevo Smartlock from python code. This is a stopgap until Kevo provides some APIs::


.. code:: python

import pyKevo

frontDoor = pyKevo('','password')


print frontDoor.lockState()

print frontDoor.unlockLock()


* you require a Kevo Smartlock::
* you require the Kevo Plus be installed and configured::
* Your account credentials for `MyKevo`. You must have this registered::

This work pyKevo by Jeremy Foran is licensed under a `Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License <http:"" licenses="" by-sa="" 3.0="" deed.en_us="">`_.::
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