Library that uses Python to connect to Smartsheet services (using API 2.0).
Smartsheet Python SDK
This library is intended to simplify connecting to the Smartsheet API from Python applications.
The SDK currently supports Python 2.7, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, pypy, and pypy3. The following packages are required.
The SDK can be installed by using a package manager (pip) or manually by downloading the SDK directly from Git. These two steps are outlined below.
Install with pip
If unfamiliar with pip, please review the pip documentation.
This SDK’s Python package is called smartsheet-python-sdk. To install using pip:
$ pip install smartsheet-python-sdk
To install this SDK manually, download the source code from GitHub and then run:
$ python setup.py install
The SDK documentation can be viewed online at http://smartsheet-platform.github.io/smartsheet-python-sdk/.
Getting started with the Python SDK is easy:
- Set SMARTSHEET_ACCESS_TOKEN in your environment. Find out more about getting direct API access in the Smartsheet API Documentation.
- Install the Smartsheet Python SDK from the Python Package Index, or by using “pip install smartsheet-python-sdk”.
- Import the smartsheet module: import smartsheet
- Refer to the Smartsheet API Documentation for Python SDK usage examples.
If you would like to contribute a change to the SDK, please fork a branch and then submit a pull request. More info here.
Each specific release is available for download via Github.
1.1.0 (March 15, 2017) * SDK updates through Smartsheet API level 2.0.10
1.0.1 (Jan 11, 2016) * Fix package version in User-Agent string * Fix integer ID handling on Python 2.x for Windows
1.0.0 (Jan 5, 2016) * Initial Release of the Smartsheet Python SDK for Smartsheet API 2.0
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