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A cozzy('hygge') way to get json response back asynchronously

Project description

https://github.com/Proteusiq/hygge/blob/master/hygge.png

Hygge (‘Cozzy’) Response

“A cozzy(‘hygge’) way to get json response back asynchronously”

Overview

It should be easy to return json response asynchronously. hygge aim to be a fuzzy-less way to do just that. Just pass a url and ‘get’ arguments such as params, headers, and receive back a json response.

website: hygge.

# install hygge
pip install hygge

How to use

from hygge.get import GetResponse

url = 'https://www.trustpilot.com/businessunit/search'
params = {'country': 'dk', 'query': 'mate.bike'}

# passing url and parameters
res = GetResponse(url).get(params=params)
print(res)

# passing only url
info_url = f'https://www.trustpilot.com/businessunit/{res["businessUnits"][0]["id"]}/companyinfobox'
print(GetResponse(info_url).get())

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