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# FRL Flask Requests Logger

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A request logger for requests and responses from the requests and flask libraries that logs in a standard format

```json
{
"meta":{

},
"request":{
"headers":[
[
"Host",
"localhost"
],
[
"Content-Length",
"0"
],
[
"Content-Type",
""
]
],
"url":"http://localhost/",
"method":"GET"
},
"response":{
"status":"200 OK",
"headers":[
[
"Content-Type",
"text/html; charset=utf-8"
],
[
"Content-Length",
"12"
]
],
"data":"Hello World!"
}
}
```

## Configure flask


## Configure requests


```python
logger = frl.client.ClientRequestLogger(
'logger-name',
['card_number', 'password']
)
response = requests.get('http://google.com')
logger.log(response)
```

You can mask sensitive data from payloads.


You can add additional data into the meta field.

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