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A simple Python wrapper for Twitter API v2 ✨ 🍰 ✨

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python-twitter

A simple Python wrapper around for Twitter API v2 :sparkles: :cake: :sparkles:.

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Introduction

Twitter has published new version Twitter API V2 for developer at Aug 13, 2020.

This library provides a service to easily use this new version Twitter API.

Documentation

You can get all api description and update at Twitter API v2: Early Access.

Library docs site on here

Installing

You can install this library easily by pypi:

$ pip install python-twitter-v2

Code is hosted at https://github.com/sns-sdks/python-twitter.

Checkout latest development version with:

$ git clone https://github.com/sns-sdks/python-twitter.git
$ cd python-twitter

Install dependencies with:

$ make env

Run tests with:

$ make test

Run tests with coverage:

$ make cov-term
$ make cov-html

Using

The API is exposed via the pytwitter.Api class.

Now cover features:

  • Tweets
    • Tweet lookup
    • Manage Tweets
    • Timelines
    • Search Tweets
    • Tweet counts
    • Filtered stream
    • Volume streams
    • Retweets
    • Likes
    • Hide replies
  • Users
    • User lookup
    • Follows
    • Blocks
    • Mutes
  • Spaces
    • Spaces lookup
    • Search Spaces
  • Compliance
    • Batch compliance
  • Lists
    • List lookup
    • Manage lists
    • List Tweets lookup
    • List members
    • List follows
    • Pinned Lists

INSTANTIATE

You can initialize with an bearer token:

>>> from pytwitter import Api
>>> api = Api(bearer_token="Your bearer token")

With user context token:

>>> api = Api(
        consumer_key="consumer key",
        consumer_secret="consumer secret",
        access_token="access token",
        access_secret="access secret"
    )

Or with authorize by user:

>>> api = Api(consumer_key="consumer key",consumer_secret="consumer secret",oauth_flow=True)
# get url for user to authorize
>>> api.get_authorize_url()
# copy the response url
>>> api.generate_access_token("https://localhost/?oauth_token=oauth_token&oauth_verifier=oauth_verifier")
{'oauth_token': 'oauth_token',
 'oauth_token_secret': 'oauth_token_secret',
 'user_id': '123456',
 'screen_name': 'screen name'}

Twitter has announcing OAuth 2.0 beta

Now if you have app with OAuth2.0 client ID. you can do authorize with OAuth2.

>>> api = Api(client_id="You client ID", oauth_flow=True)
# get the url and code verifier for user to authorize
>>> url, code_verifier, _ = api.get_oauth2_authorize_url()
# copy the response url
>>> api.generate_oauth2_access_token("https://localhost/?state=state&code=code", code_verifier)
{'token_type': 'bearer',
 'expires_in': 7200,
 'access_token': 'access_token',
 'scope': 'users.read tweet.read',
 'expires_at': 1631775928}

Users-lookup

You can get information about a user or group of users, specified by a user ID or a username.

Get group of users:

# By ids
>>> api.get_users(ids=["783214", "2244994945"])
Response(data=[User(id='2244994945', name='Twitter Dev', username='TwitterDev'), User(id='783214', name='Twitter', username='Twitter')])

# By username
>>> api.get_users(usernames="Twitter,TwitterDev")
Response(data=[User(id='2244994945', name='Twitter Dev', username='TwitterDev'), User(id='783214', name='Twitter', username='Twitter')])

Get single user:

# By id
>>> api.get_user(user_id="783214")
Response(data=User(id='783214', name='Twitter', username='Twitter'))

# By username
>>> api.get_user(username="Twitter")
Response(data=User(id='783214', name='Twitter', username='Twitter'))

Get user following:

>>> api.get_following(user_id="2244994945", max_results=5)
Response(data=[User(id='459860328', name='julie✨', username='JulieMendoza206'), User(id='273830767', name='🄿🅄🅂🄷', username='rahul_pushkarna')...])

Get user followers:

>>> api.get_followers(user_id="2244994945", max_results=5)
Response(data=[User(id='715131097332518912', name='Daniel', username='RGIDaniel'), User(id='1176323137757048832', name='Joyce Wang', username='joycew67')...])

You can follow or unfollow user if you have OAuth 1.0a User context.

follow user:

>>> api.follow_user(user_id="123456", target_user_id="654321")
{'data': {'following': True, 'pending_follow': False}}

unfollow user:

>>> api.unfollow_user(user_id="123456", target_user_id="654321")
{'data': {'following': False}}

Tweets-lookup

You can get information about a tweet or group of tweets by tweet id(s).

Get single tweet:

>>> api.get_tweet("1354143047324299264", expansions=["attachments.media_keys"], media_fields=["type","duration_ms"])
Response(data=Tweet(id=1354143047324299264, text=Academics are one of the biggest groups using...))

Get group of tweets:

>>> api.get_tweets(["1261326399320715264","1278347468690915330"],expansions="author_id",tweet_fields=["created_at"], user_fields=["username","verified"])
Response(data=[Tweet(id=1261326399320715264, text=Tune in to the @MongoDB @Twitch stream...), Tweet(id=1278347468690915330, text=Good news and bad news: 2020 is half over)])

Streaming API

For Streaming, this provide StreamApi independent. Same as main Api, You need initial it first.

>>> from pytwitter import StreamApi
>>> stream_api = StreamApi(bearer_token="bearer token")
# or use consumer key and secret
>>> stream_api = StreamApi(consumer_key="consumer key", consumer_secret="consumer secret")

For Sample Stream tweets, You can use sample_stream function to build a connection.

>>> stream_api.sample_stream()

For Search Stream, You can point your rules.

Get your current rules.

>>> stream_api.get_rules()
Response(data=[StreamRule(id='1369580714056843266', value='twitter api ')])

Delete You rules.

>>> stream_api.manage_rules(rules={"delete": {"ids": ["1369580714056843266"]}})
Response(data=[])

Add new rules. If you set dry_run to True, will only validate rules, and not create them.

>>> np = {
        "add": [
            {"value": "cat has:media", "tag": "cats with media"},
            {"value": "cat has:media -grumpy", "tag": "happy cats with media"}
        ]
     }
>>> stream_api.manage_rules(rules=np, dry_run=True)
Response(data=[StreamRule(id='1370406958721732610', value='cat has:media -grumpy'), StreamRule(id='1370406958721732609', value='cat has:media')])

Then you can use search_stream to get tweets match your rules.

>>> stream_api.search_stream()

You can go to the Example folder for streaming examples.

TODO

  • More Api waiting twitter

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