Batching ad tech providers’ operations for humans
What is Wespe?
Wespe is a Python API for batching requests when interfacing AdTech providers (e.g. adwords, facebook business). The motivation behind Wespe is to provide a simple and consistent interface for batching requests. Currently it only supports Facebook Business. Other providers will be added in the future.
Read the docs: http://wespe.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
Wespe supports python 3.6+. It may also work on pypy, cython, and jython, but is not being tested for these versions.
To install Wespe run the following command:
pip install wespe
Usage - Facebook Business
All steps from now on will assume you’ve already set the default api connection using facebook_busines. It’s also possible to set one on the fly by providing the api kwarg in FacebookBatchUploader’s constructor.
from wespe.batch_uploaders import FacebookBatchUploader # There is no request limit. If necessary Wespe will coordinate the execution of multiple FacebookAdsApiBatch # instances. batch_uploader = FacebookBatchUploader(requests) try: batch_uploader.execute() except BatchExecutionError: for error in batch_uploader.errors: # See FacebookBatchRequestError for more info on what you can do pass for response in batch_uploader.responses: # See FacebookBatchResponse for more info on what you can do pass
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