Announcing our Python SDK

Today, we’re pleased to announce the first release of our Python SDK.  This comes hot on the heels of our Android SDK, and is designed to make it much easier to get started with developing Python apps on the Mendeley API.

To get started, you can install the SDK from PyPI:

pip install mendeley

Full documentation can be found here.  We’ve also updated our two example Python apps to use the SDK, and you can find those linked from the documentation.

We’re planning to improve the SDK and introduce new functionality over the coming months.  If you want to check out the code, you can find it on GitHub, where pull requests are welcome.

We’re really keen to hear your feedback on this – send it through to api@mendeley.com.

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About Matt Thomson

Matt Thomson is one of the developers of the Mendeley API. After graduating with an MMath from the University of Cambridge, he moved to London to join a telecommunications software provider, before joining the platform team at Mendeley. Matt's a big fan of live comedy, and performed improvised comedy for a number of years, most notably at the Edinburgh Fringe with London's Fat Kitten Improv. He also enjoys exploring London's green spaces and pubs, and is a long-suffering follower of Scunthorpe United.