What is JSON?
What is the Python Requests library?
The Requests Library is a popular library for sending HTTP requests in Python. Library, because of its simplicity and ease of use, has become the standard way to send HTTP POST, GET, DELETE requests (and other types), although it is not contained in the Python distribution. The Requests Library is based on the urllib3 library and hides the complexness of making HTTP requests behind a simple API. The Requests Library supports SSL connections, session cookies, and international domain names.
How to use the Python Requests library in your code?
To install the Python Requests library, run the following command:
After installing the Request Library, you can use it in your work:
How to request data in JSON format using Python?
Python clients must explicitly notify servers that they expect JSON data by sending Accept: application/json request header. Without the Accept header, the server may send data in a different format.
Using Python Requests library to fetch JSON from the server
Below is an example of getting JSON using the Python Requests Library:
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