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Library for interacting with Gravity Forms Web API

Project Description

Library for interacting with the Gravity Forms Web API.

Not created, sponsored, or supported by Rocketgenius, Inc.

Prerequisites

  1. WordPress installed.
  2. Pretty Permalinks enabled (anything other than http://example.com/?p=123).
  3. Gravity Forms plugin installed and activated.
  4. Web API enabled (Forms > Settings > Web API).

Installation

$ python setup.py install

Usage

>>> from pygfapi import Client
>>> gf = Client("https://example.com/gravityformsapi/", "1234", "abcd")
>>> form = gf.get_form(1)
>>> print form[u"id"]
1
>>> print form[u"title"]
u'Test Form'
>>> form_1_entries = gf.get_form_entries(1)
>>> print len(form_1_entries)
3
>>> for entry in form_1_entries:
...   print entry[u"id"]
...
3
2
1
>>> entries = gf.get_unread_entries(15)
>>> for e in entries:
...   print e[u"id"]
...   e[u"is_read"] = 1
...
60
59
58
>>> response = gf.put_entries(entries)
>>> print response
Entries updated successfully

Running Tests

$ python -m unittest discover

License

GNU General Public License, Version 3 (see LICENSE).

Release History

Release History

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0.0.3

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0.0.1

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