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A thin wrapper for aiohttp client with Requests simplicity

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aiohttp-requests

Behold, the power of aiohttp client with Requests simplicity:

>>> import asyncio
>>>
>>> import aiohttp
>>> from aiohttp_requests import requests
>>>
>>> async def main():
...     response = await requests.get('https://api.github.com/user', auth=aiohttp.BasicAuth('user', 'password'))
...     text = await response.text()
...     json = await response.json()
...     return response, text, json
...
>>> loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
>>> r, text, json = loop.run_until_complete(main())
>>>
>>> r
<ClientResponse(https://api.github.com/user) [200 OK]>
>>> r.status
200
>>> r.headers['Content-Type']
'application/json; charset=utf-8'
>>> r.get_encoding()
'utf-8'
>>> text
'{"login":"...'
>>> json
{'login': 'user', 'public_repos': 28, ...}

The requests object is just proxying get and any other HTTP verb methods to aiohttp.ClientSession, which returns aiohttp.ClientResponse. To do anything else, just read the aiohttp doc.

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