Python SDK


Catalyst Python SDK is a library that helps you build robust Catalyst applications and microservices with powerful Python programming elements. The SDK package contains pre-defined modules, classes, and functions that can be used to access the various Catalyst services and their respective components. The prime purpose of Python SDK is to provide a readily available Python environment upon which you could build your Catalyst applications.

Since the core attributes and behaviours of all the Catalyst components are pre-configured as a part of the SDK, you can quickly access them and implement the required component functionalities inside the Catalyst Serverless functions and build your application logic upon them easily. You can create Basic I/O, Advanced I/O, Cron, Event and Integration using the Python programming environment.

The SDK packages help to minimize the time and effort spent on building certain application features from scratch as the required component specific functionalities can be accessed instantly by calling the pre-defined Python methods in the SDK, using an object. We will discuss more on the various entities bundled within the SDK and the ways to access them in the Catalyst Python SDK section of this document.

The Catalyst Python SDK package allows you to perform multiple backend jobs such as user Authentication, Data Store and File Store specific actions, caching, querying, search, document processing, workflow management, Catalyst function executions, and more.

The Python SDK documentation explains the process of building Catalyst applications in the Python environment. You can learn about the components, configurations of the SDK package, and also access the sample code snippets for various operations in this documentation.

Last Updated 2023-09-03 01:06:41 +0530 +0530