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More comfortable requests with python

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Python based HttpPy for more comfortable requests.



(env)$ pip install HttpPy


Single Request

Sometimes you may just want to send a single request. To achieve that there are some flags ready to use.

(env)$ python -m HttpPy -t post -u -b '{"user": "eve", "password": "12345"}'
  • -t / --type
    Represents the request verb [ get | post | put | patch | options | delete ] to use.
  • -u / --url
    Is the endpoint to reach.
  • -b / --body
    Represents the body of the request.

Several Requests

If you need to send several requests, you can use a file as an input.

(env)$ python -m HttpPy -i example.request
  • -i / --input
    Is the path to a file that contains the requests especifications.

An example of a post request inside example.request file may be:

## This comment is important to parse correctly the request
ContentType: application/json
Authorization: Basic QWxhZGRpbjpvcGuIHN1c2FtZQ==
  "data": "data one",
  "data 2": "data two"

Extra flags

There are two optional flags that may help you:

  • -v / --verbose
    The presence of this flag will indicate that the especifications of requests and a more detailed reponse will be printed in the screen.
  • -p / --parallel
    This flag is intented to help with performance and excecution times. Internally indicates that several threads are going to be used for the requests.
  • -f / --force
    This flag forces the request to ignore ssl verification.

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