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AsyncIO Library for Communicating with Paprika backend servers.

Project description

Pyprika

Python Package to talk to Paprika's backend server.

Features

  • Configurable periodic retrieval of data
  • Recipes, Categories, Meals, Menus are all linked via relational id
  • Ability to filter recipes that include categories, exclude categories, total cook/prep duration, recipe difficulty and recipe names.

Usage

Initialize

Initialize Pyprika with your username and password from your mobile app. If you so choose, you can also tell it to auto fetch after a certain delay:

pyprika = Pyprika(username, password)
pyprika = Pyprika(username, password, fetch_delay=timedelta(hours=2), auto_fetch=True)

Get all data

recipe_book = pyprika.get_all()

Filter recipes

recipes = pyprika.get_recipes(
            categories=None,
            not_categories=None,
            difficulty=None,
            duration=None,
            name_like=None,
            name_not_like=None
          )

NOTE All arguments here are optional. Passing no arguments will return every recipe.

Enable/disable auto fetch

pyprika.set_auto_fetch(True)  #Enable auto-fetch after delay
pyprika.set_auto_fetch(False)  #Disable auto-fetch immediately

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