Using Cassiopeia

Objects that hold data from the Riot API can be created using two different interfaces. The top-level cassiopeia module contains methods to query for objects using method calls, as well as class constructors to create objects directly.

Example usage of the two interfaces:

import cassiopeia as cass
kalturi = cass.get_summoner(name="Kalturi", region="NA")

from cassiopeia import Summoner
kalturi = Summoner(name="Kalturi", region="NA")

Also note that many types can be pulled from Summoner objects. This is the preferred way to interact with these types. They are listed below:

from cassiopeia import Summoner
kalturi = Summoner(name="Kalturi", region="NA")

Django web Framework

There is an integration of cassiopeia to the popular python web framework Django made by Mori(Paaksing), this integration is aimed to fix most issues/conflicts related to co-ocurrence of cassiopeia and Django. In this integration will give you better tools for building your Django/DRF based app, you will have the ability to use any production tested cache backends that Django’s cache framework supports.

New in v2.0: A new datastore called Omnistone is introduced in response to issue #1 of this repo, this is a refined version of Cache that automatically deletes expired objects when MAX_ENTRIES is hit, then culls the datastore according to the CULL_FRECUENCY given. The culling strategy used is the same as Django Cache Framework, which is LRU culling (Least Recently Used).

Unfortunately, we currently don’t have an integration to Flask and any contribution is welcome.

Methods and Class Constructors

See the links below for the method and class names for each type.