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HTTPCore

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Feature support

  • HTTP/2 and HTTP/1.1 support.
  • async/await support for non-blocking HTTP requests.
  • Strict timeouts everywhere by default.
  • Fully type annotated.
  • 100% test coverage.

Plus all the standard features of requests...

  • International Domains and URLs
  • Keep-Alive & Connection Pooling
  • Sessions with Cookie Persistence
  • Browser-style SSL Verification
  • Basic/Digest Authentication TODO - We have Basic, but not Digest yet.
  • Elegant Key/Value Cookies
  • Automatic Decompression
  • Automatic Content Decoding
  • Unicode Response Bodies
  • Multipart File Uploads TODO - Request content currently supports URL encoded data, JSON, bytes, or async byte iterators.
  • HTTP(S) Proxy Support TODO
  • Connection Timeouts
  • Streaming Downloads
  • .netrc Support TODO
  • Chunked Requests

Usage

Making a request:

>>> import httpcore
>>> client = httpcore.Client()
>>> response = client.get('https://example.com')
>>> response.status_code
<HTTPStatus.OK: 200>
>>> response.protocol
'HTTP/2'
>>> response.text
'<!doctype html>\n<html>\n<head>\n<title>Example Domain</title>\n...'

Alternatively, async requests:

Note: Use ipython to try this from the console, since it supports await.

>>> import httpcore
>>> client = httpcore.AsyncClient()
>>> response = await client.get('https://example.com')
>>> response.status_code
<StatusCode.OK: 200>
>>> response.protocol
'HTTP/2'
>>> response.text
'<!doctype html>\n<html>\n<head>\n<title>Example Domain</title>\n...'

Dependencies

  • h2 - HTTP/2 support.
  • h11 - HTTP/1.1 support.
  • certifi - SSL certificates.
  • chardet - Fallback auto-detection for response encoding.
  • idna - Internationalized domain name support.
  • rfc3986 - URL parsing & normalization.
  • brotlipy - Decoding for "brotli" compressed responses. (Optional)

A huge amount of credit is due to requests for the API layout that much of this work follows, as well as to urllib3 for plenty of design inspiration around the lower level networking details.


API Reference

Client

An HTTP client, with connection pooling, redirects, cookie persistence, etc.

>>> client = Client()
>>> response = client.get('https://example.org')
  • def __init__([auth], [cookies], [verify], [cert], [timeout], [pool_limits], [max_redirects], [dispatch])
  • def .request(method, url, [data], [params], [headers], [cookies], [auth], [stream], [allow_redirects], [verify], [cert], [timeout])
  • def .get(url, [params], [headers], [cookies], [auth], [stream], [allow_redirects], [verify], [cert], [timeout])
  • def .options(url, [params], [headers], [cookies], [auth], [stream], [allow_redirects], [verify], [cert], [timeout])
  • def .head(url, [params], [headers], [cookies], [auth], [stream], [allow_redirects], [verify], [cert], [timeout])
  • def .post(url, [data], [json], [params], [headers], [cookies], [auth], [stream], [allow_redirects], [verify], [cert], [timeout])
  • def .put(url, [data], [json], [params], [headers], [cookies], [auth], [stream], [allow_redirects], [verify], [cert], [timeout])
  • def .patch(url, [data], [json], [params], [headers], [cookies], [auth], [stream], [allow_redirects], [verify], [cert], [timeout])
  • def .delete(url, [data], [json], [params], [headers], [cookies], [auth], [stream], [allow_redirects], [verify], [cert], [timeout])
  • def .prepare_request(request)
  • def .send(request, [stream], [allow_redirects], [verify], [cert], [timeout])
  • def .close()

Response

An HTTP response.

  • def __init__(...)
  • .status_code - int (Typically a StatusCode IntEnum.)
  • .reason_phrase - str
  • .protocol - "HTTP/2" or "HTTP/1.1"
  • .url - URL
  • .headers - Headers
  • .content - bytes
  • .text - str
  • .encoding - str
  • .is_redirect - bool
  • .request - Request
  • .cookies - Cookies
  • .history - List[Response]
  • def .raise_for_status() - None
  • def .json() - Any
  • def .read() - bytes
  • def .stream() - bytes iterator
  • def .raw() - bytes iterator
  • def .close() - None
  • def .next() - Response

Request

An HTTP request. Can be constructed explicitly for more control over exactly what gets sent over the wire.

>>> request = Request("GET", "https://example.org", headers={'host': 'example.org'})
>>> response = client.send(request)
  • def __init__(method, url, [params], [data], [json], [headers], [cookies])
  • .method - str
  • .url - URL
  • .content - byte or byte async iterator
  • .headers - Headers
  • .cookies - Cookies

URL

A normalized, IDNA supporting URL.

>>> url = URL("https://example.org/")
>>> url.host
'example.org'
  • def __init__(url, allow_relative=False, params=None)
  • .scheme - str
  • .authority - str
  • .host - str
  • .port - int
  • .path - str
  • .query - str
  • .full_path - str
  • .fragment - str
  • .is_ssl - bool
  • .origin - Origin
  • .is_absolute_url - bool
  • .is_relative_url - bool
  • def .copy_with([scheme], [authority], [path], [query], [fragment]) - URL
  • def .resolve_with(url) - URL

Origin

A normalized, IDNA supporting set of scheme/host/port info.

>>> Origin('https://example.org') == Origin('HTTPS://EXAMPLE.ORG:443')
True
  • def __init__(url)
  • .is_ssl - bool
  • .host - str
  • .port - int

Headers

A case-insensitive multi-dict.

>>> headers = Headers({'Content-Type': 'application/json'})
>>> headers['content-type']
'application/json'
  • def __init__(self, headers)

Cookies

A dict-like cookie store.

>>> cookies = Cookies()
>>> cookies.set("name", "value", domain="example.org")
  • def __init__(cookies: [dict, Cookies, CookieJar])
  • .jar - CookieJar
  • def extract_cookies(response)
  • def set_cookie_header(request)
  • def set(name, value, [domain], [path])
  • def get(name, [domain], [path])
  • def delete(name, [domain], [path])
  • def clear([domain], [path])
  • Standard mutable mapping interface

Alternate backends

AsyncClient

An asyncio client.

TrioClient

TODO


The Stack

There are two main layers in the stack. The client handles redirection, cookie persistence (TODO), and authentication (TODO). The dispatcher handles sending the actual request and getting the response.

  • Client - Redirect, authentication, cookies etc.
  • ConnectionPool(Dispatcher) - Connection pooling & keep alive.
    • HTTPConnection - A single connection.
      • HTTP11Connection - A single HTTP/1.1 connection.
      • HTTP2Connection - A single HTTP/2 connection, with multiple streams.

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