HTTP Requests in Python

HTTP Requests in Python

This courses will teach you how to make HTTP requests using Python programming language. Python was described as the language that is capable of doing anything and everything. The good news about this course is that you don’t need advanced knowledge in Python nor in any programming language. All you need is just simple knowledge of how to create simple Python functions/scripts.

Being able to make HTTP requests is important in order to be able to build advanced apps in Python. And this course gives you the opportunity to learn that in a simple step-by-step approach. It’s is a super powerful way to learn a programming language as you will exercise your programming muscle.

By the end of this course you will have learned how to make HTTP requests in Python and you can take this skill with you and apply it in your Python projects.

Why should you take this course?

There are many reasons why this course is extremely important.

  1. You will learn one of the most important concepts in programming (HTTP requests).
  2. Secondly you will improve your python skills by learning a new skill.
  3. Third you will be able to make HTTP requests in your Python projects.

What you will learn in this course?

1. How to install Python.

2. Create Python files.

3. Run Python files.

4. How to use the Requests module.

5. How to make HTTP requests.

6. How to get data from API service.

7. How to know if the request is successful.

8. How to get the response.

9. Much much more…

Note: The project that will be created throughout this course will be provided so that you can download it and use it for commercial and non-commercial purposes.

Who this course is for:

  • Python developers (All levels)
  • Programmers who want to learn how to make requests in Python

Requirements

  • PC with Windows or Mac
  • Internet connection
  • Basic knowledge in Python (How to create simple python scripts)

Last Updated 4/2021

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