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Send requests to a Jupyter server.

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Jupyter Requests

Send requests to a Jupyter server. Useful for testing/exploring the Jupyter RESTful API.

Command Line

Make a request to a jupyter server from the command line.

jupyter_requests get api/contents


from jupyter_requests import JupyterRequester
import pprint 

# Port number of the server
port = 8888

# Get a requester object.
r = JupyterRequester(port=port)

endpoint = 'api/contents'
response = r.get(endpoint)


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