Asynchronous Python client providing Open Data information of Zurich (Switzerland)
Asynchronous Python client for the open datasets of Zurich (Switzerland).
A python package with which you can retrieve data from the Open Data Platform of Zurich via their API. This package was initially created to only retrieve parking data from the API, but the code base is made in such a way that it is easy to extend for other datasets from the same platform.
pip install zurich
You can read the following datasets with this package:
- Parking spaces for disabled / Behindertenparkplätze (413 locations)
Click here to get more details
||int||The ID of the parking spot|
||str||The address of the parking spot|
||float||The longitude of the parking spot|
||float||The latitude of the parking spot|
import asyncio from zurich import ODPZurich async def main() -> None: """Show example on using the Open Data API client.""" async with ODPZurich() as client: disabled_parkings = await client.disabled_parkings() print(disabled_parkings) if __name__ == "__main__": asyncio.run(main())
A website that provides insight into where disabled parking spaces are, based on data from users and municipalities. Operates mainly in the Netherlands, but also has plans to process data from abroad.
This is an active open-source project. We are always open to people who want to use the code or contribute to it.
We've set up a separate document for our contribution guidelines.
Thank you for being involved! :heart_eyes:
Setting up development environment
This Python project is fully managed using the Poetry dependency manager.
You need at least:
- Python 3.9+
Install all packages, including all development requirements:
Poetry creates by default an virtual environment where it installs all necessary pip packages, to enter or exit the venv run the following commands:
poetry shell exit
Setup the pre-commit check, you must run this inside the virtual environment:
Now you're all set to get started!
As this repository uses the pre-commit framework, all changes are linted and tested with each commit. You can run all checks and tests manually, using the following command:
poetry run pre-commit run --all-files
To run just the Python tests:
poetry run pytest
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