In the same way I wrote a PHP wrapper for the TravelPerk API I've also written it for Python.
By using these libraries an application designers can skip most of the official documentation, forget about request headers or parsing json responses and instead directly ask for what they want in their code using an expressive syntax, for instance:
travelperk.expenses() .invoices() .query() .set_customer_country_name('Spain') .set_status('paid') .set_limit(10) .get()
Will return a filtered list of invoices, that would be instances of the Invoice class, so if you are using a smart IDE you'll also get auto completion while navigating these resources.
If you are planning to use the TravelPerk API on your Python project you can get it from: