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IoTSecureTunneling module#

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Auto-generated documentation for IoTSecureTunneling type annotations stubs module mypy-boto3-iotsecuretunneling.

How to install#

VSCode extension#

Add AWS Boto3 extension to your VSCode and run AWS boto3: Quick Start command.

Click Modify and select boto3 common and IoTSecureTunneling.

From PyPI with pip#

Install boto3-stubs for IoTSecureTunneling service.

# install with boto3 type annotations
python -m pip install 'boto3-stubs[iotsecuretunneling]'

# Lite version does not provide session.client/resource overloads
# it is more RAM-friendly, but requires explicit type annotations
python -m pip install 'boto3-stubs-lite[iotsecuretunneling]'

# standalone installation
python -m pip install mypy-boto3-iotsecuretunneling

How to uninstall#

python -m pip uninstall -y mypy-boto3-iotsecuretunneling


Code samples can be found in Examples.


Type annotations and code completion for boto3.client("iotsecuretunneling") as IoTSecureTunnelingClient boto3 documentation

# IoTSecureTunnelingClient usage example

from boto3.session import Session

from mypy_boto3_iotsecuretunneling.client import IoTSecureTunnelingClient

def get_client() -> IoTSecureTunnelingClient:
    return Session().client("iotsecuretunneling")


Type annotations for literals used in methods and schemas.

# ClientModeType usage example

from mypy_boto3_iotsecuretunneling.literals import ClientModeType

def get_value() -> ClientModeType:
    return "ALL"

Typed dictionaries#

Type annotations for typed dictionaries used in methods and schema.

# CloseTunnelRequestRequestTypeDef usage example

from mypy_boto3_iotsecuretunneling.type_defs import CloseTunnelRequestRequestTypeDef

def get_value() -> CloseTunnelRequestRequestTypeDef:
    return {
        "tunnelId": ...,