The Command Line Interface offers a tool to take advantage of all the features of the API right from the command line interface of the user’s favourite Operating System. The Apility.io CLI has been tested on Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS and several popular GNU/Linux distributions. But if the Operating system can execute Python, it can run the CLI.
How to install
This Python library client is supported for Python 2 and 3, for versions 2.7+ and 3.4+ respectively. It is recommended that Python 2 users use python 2.7.9+ to take advantage of the SSL Certificate Validation feature that is not included in earlier versions. You can install the Apility.io Python Client Library with pip
$ sudo pip install apilityio-lib
There is a good blog post with basic information about the library. You can read the Python documentation API Reference hosted in popular site readthedocs.io. The developer can start using the API right away, even without registering in the service. If you have any question you can visit the website at https://apility.io, review the REST API specification at https://apility.io/apidocs and also read the User Guide at https://apility.io/docs.
Do you have an issue using the Apilityio Client Libraries? Or perhaps some feedback for how we can improve them? Feel free to let us know on our issue tracker.