Resources / SDKs


Official SDK

In 2022, we released the first version of our SDK for Python. It covers all HTTP releated endpoints and helps you follow best practices like waiting after a rate limit or exponential backoff in case of errors.

Community SDKs

We believe that a great SDK must not necessarily come from us, the company that is building the project, but instead that community members know better what functionality makes their development process more convenient and effective. Therefore, this page is concerned with giving you an overview of community SDKs. We will try to keep this page updated when the community is growing and more users are developing their own SDKs. Feel free to contribute and happy coding! 👩🏽‍💻👨‍💻🧑🏾‍💻👩‍💻

Our community member Linus, together with Leon, Leon and Jasper,
is working on a Python SDK, which includes most of our API functionality already.
Community member Patrick is working on a separate Python SDK, which emerged as part of his Master Thesis. Check it out!
lemoneer Henrik loves coding in Go/Golang and is continuously working on an SDK for the APIs.
For those of you that prefer working with C#:
our community member Andre is working on a C# library.
Based on the C# library by Andre our community member Robin
created a C# library with additional functionality. Feel free to check it out.
Our community member Melanie is going strong in the mobile development area with Flutter
and wrote a client that lets you use most of our endpoints in a more convenient way.
For those of you working with Java: Our community member Caleb works on a Java SDK that is continuously updated.
For those of you that are interested in working with PHP:
our community member Florian wrote a PHP SDK.
There is also a second PHP SDK
by our community member Daniel.
If you enjoy working with R: our community member Mario, Founder of Quantargo, is working on an R Interface for the API. Check it out :)

Contributing is a product from developers for developers. We are big believers in the open source mindset and therefore want to encourage you to contribute to the already existing SDKs or, if you haven't found one for the language of your choice, yet, create your own 😏. Reach out to us at if you want to learn more about how to contribute to