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Auto-generated documentation for EKSAuth type annotations stubs module mypy-boto3-eks-auth.


Implicit type annotations#

Can be used with boto3-stubs[eks-auth] package installed.

Write your EKSAuth code as usual, type checking and code completion should work out of the box.

# EKSAuthClient usage example

from boto3.session import Session

session = Session()

client = session.client("eks-auth")  # (1)
result = client.assume_role_for_pod_identity()  # (2)
  1. client: EKSAuthClient
  2. result: AssumeRoleForPodIdentityResponseTypeDef

Explicit type annotations#

With boto3-stubs-lite[eks-auth] or a standalone mypy_boto3_eks_auth package, you have to explicitly specify client: EKSAuthClient type annotation.

All other type annotations are optional, as types should be discovered automatically. However, these type annotations can be helpful in your functions and methods.

# EKSAuthClient usage example with type annotations

from boto3.session import Session

from mypy_boto3_eks_auth.client import EKSAuthClient
from mypy_boto3_eks_auth.type_defs import AssumeRoleForPodIdentityResponseTypeDef
from mypy_boto3_eks_auth.type_defs import AssumeRoleForPodIdentityRequestRequestTypeDef

session = Session()

client: EKSAuthClient = session.client("eks-auth")

kwargs: AssumeRoleForPodIdentityRequestRequestTypeDef = {...}
result: AssumeRoleForPodIdentityResponseTypeDef = client.assume_role_for_pod_identity(**kwargs)