Example Usage

>>> from togglwrapper import Toggl
>>> toggl = Toggl('your_api_token')``
>>> toggl.User.get()
{u'data': {u'achievements_enabled': True,
u'api_token': u'your_api_token',
u'email': u'your_email@domain.com',
u'fullname': u'Your Name',
>>> toggl.Workspaces.get()
[{u'admin': True,
u'api_token': u'your_api_token',
u'id': 1234,
>>> toggl.Clients.create({"client":{"name":"Very Big Company", "wid": 1234}})
{u'data': {u'id': 294021, u'name': u'Very Big Company', u'wid': 1234}}

Creating a Custom Request

Let’s pretend that a new endpoint is released, for a new Toggl object: Addresses. This hypothetical endpoint is located at https://www.toggl.com/api/v8/addresses. We can GET all addresses, GET a specific address by ID, or POST to create a new address.

We can use the methods on the Toggl client, so we don’t have to wait for a new version of togglwrapper that supports the new endpoint:

>>> from togglwrapper import Toggl
>>> toggl = Toggl('your_api_token')
>>> toggl.get('/addresses')
>>> toggl.get('/addresses/{address_id}')
>>> toggl.post('/addresses', data={"address": {"name": "Billing Address 1", "address": "123 Main St."}})

toggl.put and toggl.delete are also available.