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A asynchronous library to communicate with Linkedin

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A Python library to communicate with Linkedin using an asynchronous interface

Environment

Dependencies

Necessary for use:

  • Python >= 3.6
  • Pip
  • Git (development)
  • Make (development)
  • Python Venv (development)

It’s recommended the use of Python virtual environments, to use only needed dependencies. With the python venv installed, to create an environment, just do:

$ python3.6 -m venv venv

$ . venv /bin/activate

The bash will start using the virtual environment for now on.

Build

This library can be imported to be used in another applications. So, after the git clone to install the library inside the virtual environment:

$ make deploy

This way, the application will be completely installed, and all it’s dependencies. When finished, the library can be imported inside python or a .py file with:

from rattledin import LinkedinCore

This library depends on Linkedin API, that can be found [here](https://github.com/jabolina/linkedin-api), so it’s recommended to install this before Rattledin installation, it’s better to clone the repo because the PyPi version will not always be in the latest version. Install the Linkedin API inside the same virtual environment. With make deploy the library will be cloned and installed.

Examples

In the examples folder exists and example on how to use the library to communicate with Linkedin. At the moment only exists message methods, but someday, I’ll extends this. If you want to create more methods, fell free to contribute and create a pull request.

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