The requests library is the de facto standard for making HTTP requests in Python. It abstracts the complexities of making requests behind a beautiful, simple API so that you can focus on interacting with services and consuming data in your application.
Throughout this article, you’ll see some of the most useful features that requests has to offer as well as how to customize and optimize those features for different situations you may come across. You’ll also learn how to use requests in an efficient way as well as how to prevent requests to external services from slowing down your application.

instaling the requests library

$ pip install requests

Request Headers

To customize headers, you pass a dictionary of HTTP headers to get() using the headers parameter. For example, you can change your previous search request to highlight matching search terms in the results by specifying the text-match media type in the Accept header:

response = requests.get(
    params={'q': 'requests+language:python'},
    headers={'Accept': 'application/vnd.github.v3.text-match+json'},

# View the new `text-matches` array which provides information
# about your search term within the results
json_response = response.json()
repository = json_response['items'][0]
print(f'Text matches: {repository["text_matches"]}')

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