python-jsend-response is a simply python implementation of JSend.
python-jsend-response is a simple implementation of JSend.
JSend is a specification that lays down some rules for how JSON responses from web servers should be formatted. JSend focuses on application-level (as opposed to protocol- or transport-level) messaging which makes it ideal for use in REST-style applications and APIs.:
You'll have all kinds of different types of calls and responses. JSend separates responses into some basic types, and defines required and optional keys for each type:
|success||All went well, and (usually) some data was returned.||status, data|
|failure||There was a problem with the data submitted, or some pre-condition of the API call wasn't satisfied||status, data|
|error||An error occurred in processing the request, i.e. an exception was thrown||status, message|
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