How do I send HTTP requests using Python Requets Library?

Python has a built-in library for sending HTTP requests (urllib3), but almost everyone uses the Requests library, as it is the most convenient, simple, and well-documented library for working with HTTP requests. You can make HTTP GET, POST, PUT, and HEAD requests with the Request library, as well as submit forms, download files, and images, set rate limits and timeouts. The Requests library methods take the target URL as the first parameter and a number of additional parameters. For example, you can pass custom HTTP headers with the "headers" parameter, HTTP cookies with the "cookies" parameter and user authorization data with the "auth" parameter. In this Python HTTP Requests example, we send a GET request to the ReqBin echo URL with a custom HTTP header. Below you can see more examples of HTTP methods with Python Requests. Click Execute to run Python HTTP Requests Example online and see the result.
Loading...