The Python client library is hosted on GitHub, and the package is available on PyPI.
10.0.0 of the client library introduced a number of interface changes
that we've documented in the Library version 10.0.0
The library requires Python 3.7 or above. Note that compatibility with Python 2 was deprecated in version 4.0.0 of the library. For more information see this blog post.
Before installing the library, you will need a developer token and client customer ID. Instructions on how to obtain them are outlined in the prerequisites section. Note that you will generate the other required OAuth2 tokens in later steps.
Follow the instructions in our installation documentation to install the library from PyPi and return to this page.
Once you have installed the library you will need to set up a configuration for it. There are multiple ways to configure the library, which are described in our configuration documentation.
Once you've chosen a configuration type you can proceed with generating the remaining OAuth2 tokens needed to make requests to the API. There are multiple supported OAuth2 flows, which are documented in the list below. For details on the differences between the flows and help deciding which is best for your application, see our OAuth documentation.
Making an API request
Once you've incorporated your OAuth2 tokens into your configuration, you're ready to make an API request. Refer to the get campaigns example for a simple way to test that the library is properly configured to make API requests.
After you're able to make an API request, proceed to these uses of the client library: