A Twitter supported and maintained Ads API SDK for Python.
# installing the latest signed release pip install twitter-ads
from twitter_ads.client import Client from twitter_ads.campaign import Campaign CONSUMER_KEY = 'your consumer key' CONSUMER_SECRET = 'your consumer secret' ACCESS_TOKEN = 'access token' ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET = 'access token secret' ACCOUNT_ID = 'account id' # initialize the client client = Client( CONSUMER_KEY, CONSUMER_SECRET, ACCESS_TOKEN, ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET) # load the advertiser account instance account = client.accounts(ACCOUNT_ID) # load and update a specific campaign campaign = account.campaigns().next() campaign.name = 'updated campaign name' campaign.paused = True campaign.save() # iterate through campaigns for campaign in account.campaigns(): print(campaign.id)
Command Line Helper
# The twitter-ads command launches an interactive session for testing purposes # with a client instance automatically loaded from your .twurlrc file. ~ ❯ twitter-ads
For more help please see our Examples and Guides or check the online Reference Documentation.
Compatibility & Versioning
This project is designed to work with Python 2.7 or greater. While it may work on other version of Python, below are the platform and runtime versions we officially support and regularly test against.
2.7, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4
All releases adhere to strict semantic versioning. For Example, major.minor.patch-pre (aka. stick.carrot.oops-peek).
If you’d like to contribute to the project or try an unreleased development version of this project locally, you can do so quite easily by following the examples below.
# clone the repository git clone email@example.com:twitterdev/twitter-python-ads-sdk.git cd twitter-python-ads-sdk # install dependencies pip install -r requirements.txt # installing a local unsigned release pip install -e .
We love community contributions! If you’re planning to send us a pull request, please make sure read our Contributing Guidelines first.
Feedback and Bug Reports
Found an issue? Please open up a GitHub issue or even better yet send us a pull request. Have a question? Want to discuss a new feature? Come chat with us in the Twitter Community Forums.
Like the Response and Request classes, the Ads API SDK fully models all error objects for easy error handling.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (C) 2015 Twitter, Inc.
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