Do one thing, and do it well.
The HTTP Core package provides a minimal low-level HTTP client, which does one thing only. Sending HTTP requests.
It does not provide any high level model abstractions over
Responder: a familar HTTP Service Framework for Python
The Python world certainly doesn't need more web frameworks. But, it does need more creativity, so I thought I'd bring some of my ideas to the table and see what
httpcat is a simple utility for constructing raw HTTP requests on the command line.
Sometimes it is useful to be able to create an actual raw HTTP request on the command line:
To debug a s
Examples of how to upload gzip-compressed HTTP requests to a web server and process these requests on the server.
There's a lot of misleading snippets on the Internet about this to
urllib3 is a powerful, sanity-friendly HTTP client for Python. Much of the Python ecosystem already uses urllib3 and you should too. urllib3 brings many critical features that are missing from the Python
treq: High-level Twisted HTTP Client API
treq is an HTTP library inspired by requests but written on top of Twisted's Agents.
It provides a simple, higher level API for making HTTP requests when using Twisted.