If you're using the Python SDK, you will be able to reuse the instantiated archetype object that you created when starting up your app.

Create/Register a User in your backend

The Archetype Register function actually returns a VendorUser Object so you can use the return of that function as an assumed created user.

from main import archetype


user = archetype.register(
  "Your-custom-uid",
  email="[email protected]",
  name="robinson crusoe"
)

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Considerations

The UID you set for your users needs to be URL parsable so no spaces or special characters.

Examples of bad UIDs

  • asdfj45 345345345 %%%
  • %%%%
  • !!#123. 45

Email and name are both optional arguments but will be an additional level of utility to help you identify your users for more granular analytics.

Get a User's Details

If you want to retrieve user details, call the get_details function with your custom uid to get their full details. This will return a VendorUser object if that uid exists.

from main import archetype


archetype.get_details(uid=uid)

The VendorUser object will return the following attributes.

{
    "": "c695a06cf71f4d979a031ba81b103069",
    "attrs": {},
    "custom_uid": "sample_uid_d979a031ba81b10",
    "first_seen": 1640551044.210109,
    "is_new": true,
    "is_trial": false, // returns true if the user is currently in a trial
    "last_seen": 1640551044.210116, // UNIX timestamp of when this user was last seen using your API
    "last_updated": 1640551044.210116, //UNIX timestamp of when this user was last modified
    "quota": 0, // returns the available quota for this user
    "start_time": 1640544385,
    "status": "not_subscribed",
    "tier_id": "prod_Kqm770ZwY1YI9Y",
    "uid": "15e57e238e9f4030b0030fb85d6f3aec"
}

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