HTTP Calls in Python Without requests or Other External Dependencies

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  • CPython

    The Python programming language

    In addition to great Python HTTP client tools such as Requests and HTTPX, the standard library itself supplies the necessary ingredients to make a working HTTP client for API calls. This tutorial shares how to construct and customize such a tool for your own scripts.

  • pysimpleurl

    You are certainly welcome to copy and use the above function, or browse or clone the Github repo.

  • Scout APM

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  • attrs

    Python Classes Without Boilerplate

    Of course, a custom class will work, or attrs, or whatever container works for you.

  • urllib3

    Python HTTP library with thread-safe connection pooling, file post support, user friendly, and more.

    urllib3 is the dependency for many other tools, including requests. By itself, urllib3 is quite usable. It may be all you need.

  • pycurl

    PycURL - Python interface to libcurl

    pycurl is less popular as a Python library, but interfaces with the well-known libcurl.

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