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upchatpy

A type hinted async Python wrapper for the Upgrade.Chat API

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UpChatPy: Upgrade.Chat Python Wrapper

This package provides a fully async, type-hinted wraper for the Upgrade.Chat API.

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Python 3.9 Python 3.10 Python 3.11

Pydantic v1 Pydantic v2

References

Upgrade.Chat is a platform that facilitates monetization for community services, particularly Discord. This wrapper aims to simplify integration with other 3rd party apps.

Installation

To install the package, run the following command:

pip install upchatpy

Usage

Before you can start using the API, you need to obtain your client ID and client secret from Upgrade.Chat. Once you have them, you can begin by creating a Client instance:

from upchatpy import Client

client_id = 'your_client_id'
client_secret = 'your_client_secret'

client = Client(client_id, client_secret)

Authentication

The wrapper handles authentication automatically when making API calls. However, you can manually authenticate and retrieve the access token as follows:

await client.get_auth()
print(client.access_token)  # Access token is now available

Fetching Orders

To fetch orders, use the following method:

orders_response = await client.get_orders()
for order in orders_response.data:
    print(order.uuid, order.total)

To fetch all orders with pagination support:

async for orders_response in client.aget_orders():
    for order in orders_response.data:
        print(order.uuid, order.total)

To fetch a specific order by UUID:

order_uuid = 'your_order_uuid'
order_response = await client.get_order(order_uuid)
print(order_response.data.total)

Fetching Products

Fetch a list of products using:

products_response = await client.get_products()
for product in products_response.data:
    print(product.uuid, product.name)

To fetch all products with pagination support:

async for products_response in client.aget_products():
    for product in products_response.data:
        print(product.uuid, product.name)

To fetch a product order by UUID:

product_uuid = 'your_product_uuid'
product_response = await client.get_product(product_uuid)
print(product_response.data.name)

Fetching Users

To get a list of users, you can do:

users_response = await client.get_users()
for user in users_response.data:
    print(user.discord_id, user.username)

Fetching Webhooks

Fetch a list of webhooks using:

webhooks_response = await client.get_webhooks()
for webhook in webhooks_response.data:
    print(webhook.id, webhook.uri)

To fetch all webhooks with pagination support:

async for webhooks_response in client.aget_webhooks():
    for webhook in webhooks_response.data:
        print(webhook.id, webhook.url)

To fetch a specific webhook by ID:

webhook_id = 'your_webhook_id'
webhook_response = await client.get_webhook(webhook_id)
print(webhook_response.data.id, webhook_response.data.url)

Fetching Webhook Events

Fetch a list of webhooks events using:

webhook_events_response = await client.get_webhook_events()
for webhook_event in webhook_events_response.data:
    print(webhook_event.id, webhook_event.webhook_id)

To fetch a list of webhook events with pagination support:

async for webhook_events_response in client.aget_webhook_events():
    for webhook_event in webhook_events_response.data:
        print(webhook_event.id, webhook_event.webhook_id)

To fetch a specific webhook event by ID:

event_id = 'your_event_id'
webhook_event_response = await client.get_webhook_event(event_id)
print(webhook_event_response.data.id)

Validating Webhook Events

To validate a webhook event by ID:

event_id = 'your_event_id'
webhook_valid_response = await client.validate_webhook_event(event_id)
print(webhook_valid_response.data.is_valid)

Checking Subscriptions

The user_is_subscribed method enables you to check if a user is currently subscribed to a specific product. This can be useful for verifying user access to features or content based on their subscription status.

# Replace the following with the actual product UUID and user Discord ID
product_uuid = "c1eaaee5-9620-4343-b9da-test123"
user_discord_id = "12312312312312312"

is_subscribed = await client.user_is_subscribed(product_id, user_discord_id)
print(is_subscribed)
>> True or False

Exception Handling

The Upgrade.Chat Python Wrapper provides custom exceptions to help you handle potential errors that may occur during API interaction.

Custom Exceptions

  • AuthenticationError: Raised when there is a problem with client authentication, such as incorrect client ID or client secret.
  • HTTPError: Raised for general HTTP-related errors when making API requests.
  • ResourceNotFoundError: Raised when a requested resource is not found on the Upgrade.Chat API.

Example Usage

from upchatpy import Client
from upchatpy.exceptions import AuthenticationError, HTTPError, ResourceNotFoundError

client_id = 'your_client_id'
client_secret = 'your_client_secret'
client = Client(client_id, client_secret)

async def main():
    try:
        orders_response = await client.get_orders()
        for order in orders_response.data:
            print(order.uuid, order.total)
    except AuthenticationError as e:
        print(f"Authentication failed with status code {e.status_code}: {e.message}")
    except ResourceNotFoundError as e:
        print(f"Resource not found with status code {e.status_code}: {e.message}")
    except HTTPError as e:
        print(f"HTTP error with status code {e.status_code}: {e.message}")
    except Exception as e:
        print(f"An unexpected error occurred: {e}")

Development

This package is under active development, and contributions are welcome! If you encounter any issues or have feature requests, please submit them to the project's issue tracker.

License

This wrapper is distributed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more information.

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