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A Python SDK used to interface with the Spotify Web API

Project Description

pyspot 0.0.1

Released: 19-Jul-2015


pyspot is a Python package that provides an interface to the Spotify RESTful web API.

I encourage other developers to create issues and submit pull requests if there exists errors or improvements can be made to the SDK.

Getting started with pyspot

Your credentials can be passed when instantiating the Spotify class. Alternatively, pyspot will check for the existence of the following environment variables:

SPOTIFY_CLIENT_ID - Your Spotify client ID

SPOTIFY_CLIENT_SECRET - Your Spotify client secret

Credentials can also be stored in a pyspot configuration file.

Sample endpoint request

from pyspot import Spotify
from pyspot.exception import SpotifyServerError

# use credentials from ~/.pyspot configuration file
spotify = Spotify()
    track = spotify.get_track(id='6kLCHFM39wkFjOuyPGLGeQ', market='US')
except SpotifyServerError, e:
    raise e
print, '-', track.artists[0].name
Heaven and Hell - William Onyeabor
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