SpringServe API / SDK

Everything that you can do in the UI can be done using our API! 


The SpringServe API is a simple REST API that you can use no matter what your favorite programming language is. 

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SpringServe SDK

For your (and our) convenience we have created a python interface to our API. 

This library makes every part of our API more convenient and intuitive. With SDK you can use:

  • Intuitive functions to replace requests and authentication process
  • Tab completion to speed up your process and see available fields seamlessly.
  • easy-access documentation 

Configure and Authorize using your UI login information in one line.

SDK is very compatible with ipython, making the API much more useful for data analysis and debugging via python. 

Example of tab completion

In [1]: import springserve

In [2]: springserve.<tab>
	springserve.API		springserve.demand_tags		springserve.domain_lists	springserve.quality_reports
	springserve.raw_get		springserve.reports		springserve.setup_config	springserve.supply_tags	

See documentation on the function of supply_tags

In [3]: springserve.supply_tags.get?
Signature: springserve.supply_tags.get(path_param=None, reauth=False, **query_params)
Make a get request to this api service.  Allows you to pass in arbitrary query paramaters.


    # get all supply_tags
    tags = springserve.supply_tags.get()

    for tag in tags:
        print tag.id, tag.name

    # get one supply tag
    tag = springserve.supply_tag.get(1)
    print tag.id, tag.name

    # get by many ids
    tags = springserve.supply_tags.get(ids=[1,2,3])

    # get users that are account_contacts (ie, using query string # params)
    users = springserve.users.get(account_contact=True)

Examples of simple functions to replace messy requests, plus more tab completion:

# get a supply tag by its id
In [4]: tag = springserve.supply_tags.get(123)

In [5]: tag.<tab>
    tag.active                 tag.domain_list_ids        tag.player_size_targeting
    tag.allowed_player_sizes   tag.domain_targeting       tag.rate
    tag.country_codes          tag.id                     tag.raw
    tag.country_targeting      tag.name                   tag.save
    tag.demand_tag_priorities  tag.payment_terms          tag.supply_group_id

# see contents of a field
In [6]: tag.name
Out [6]: "My test tag"

# change the field and save it
In [7]: tag.name = "My new test tag"

In [8]: resp = tag.save()

If you have multiple logins for SpringServe, you can set credentials:

springserve.set_credentials(user='blah@blah.com', password="mypassword", base_url='https://console.springserve.com/api/v0')

SDK will allow you to work more efficiently, we highly encourage you to use it for all your SpringServe API needs.  

Download it from Github

End points

You can find information about all of the different API end points below.  We show examples of using the REST API as well as SDK for all of them.