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Python SDK for the QvaPay API

    0.3.0

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Python SDK for the QvaPay API

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Non official, but friendly QvaPay library for the Python language.

License: MIT Test codecov Version Last commit GitHub commit activity Github Stars Github Forks Github Watchers GitHub contributors All Contributors

Setup

You can install this package by using the pip tool and installing:

pip install qvapay

Or

easy_install qvapay

Sign up on QvaPay

Create your account to process payments through QvaPay at qvapay.com/register.

Using the client

First, import the AsyncQvaPayClient (or SyncQvaPayClient) class and create your QvaPay asynchronous (or synchronous) client using your app credentials.

from qvapay.v1 import AsyncQvaPayClient

client = AsyncQvaPayClient(app_id, app_secret)

It is also possible to use the QvaPayAuth class (which by default obtains its properties from environment variables or from the content of the .env file) and the static method AsyncQvaPayClient.from_auth (or SyncQvaPayClient.from_auth) to initialize the client.

from qvapay.v1 import AsyncQvaPayClient, QvaPayAuth

client = AsyncQvaPayClient.from_auth(QvaPayAuth())

Use context manager

The recommended way to use a client is as a context manager. For example:

async with AsyncQvaPayClient(...) as client:
    # Do anything you want
    ...

or

with SyncQvaPayClient(...) as client:
    # Do anything you want
    ...

Get your app info

# Use await when using AsyncQvaPayClient
# With SyncQvaPayClient it is not necessary.
info = await client.get_info()

Get your account balance

# Use await when using AsyncQvaPayClient
# With SyncQvaPayClient it is not necessary.
balance = await client.get_balance()

Create an invoice

# Use await when using AsyncQvaPayClient
# With SyncQvaPayClient it is not necessary.
transaction = await client.create_invoice(
    amount=10,
    description='Ebook',
    remote_id='EE-BOOk-123' # example remote invoice id
)

Get transaction

# Use await when using AsyncQvaPayClient
# With SyncQvaPayClient it is not necessary.
transaction = await client.get_transaction(id)

Get transactions

# Use await when using AsyncQvaPayClient
# With SyncQvaPayClient it is not necessary.
transactions = await client.get_transactions(page=1)

You can also read the QvaPay API documentation: qvapay.com/docs.

For developers

The _sync folders were generated automatically executing the command unasync qvapay tests.

The code that is added in the _async folders is automatically transformed.

So every time to make a change you must run the command unasync qvapay tests to regenerate the folders _sync with the synchronous version of the implementation.

Improve tests implementation and add pre-commit system to ensure format and style.

Migration guide

0.2.0 -> 0.3.0

  • QvaPayClient was divided into two classes: AsyncQvaPayClient and SyncQvaPayClient. Both classes have the same methods and properties, with the difference that the methods in AsyncQvaPayClient are asynchronous and in SyncQvaPayClient are synchronous.

0.1.0 -> 0.2.0

  • user_id of Transaction model was removed
  • paid_by_user_id of Transaction model was removed

0.0.3 -> 0.1.0

  • from qvapay.v1 import * instead of from qvapay import *
  • QvaPayClient instead of Client
  • client.get_info instead of client.info
  • client.get_balance instead of client.balance
  • client.get_transactions instead of client.transactions

Contributors ✨

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):


Carlos Lugones

💻

Ozkar L. Garcell

💻

Leynier Gutiérrez González

💻

Jorge Alejandro Jimenez Luna

💻

Reinier Hernández

🐛

This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

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