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HTTPX is a fully featured HTTP client for Python 3, which provides sync and async APIs, and support for both HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2. HTTPX should currently be considered in beta. A 1.0 release is expected to be issued sometime in 2021. International domains and URLs, keep-alive and connection pooling, sessions with cookie persistence, browser-style SSL verification. Basic/digest authentication, elegant key/value cookies, automatic decompression. Automatic content decoding, unicode response bodies, multipart file uploads, HTTP(S) proxy support. Connection timeouts, streaming downloads, .netrc support, and chunked requests. For more advanced topics, see the Advanced Usage section, the async support section, or the HTTP/2 section. The Developer Interface provides a comprehensive API reference.
- A broadly requests-compatible API
- Standard synchronous interface, but with async support if you need it
- Ability to make requests directly to WSGI applications or ASGI applications
- Strict timeouts everywhere
- Fully type annotated
- 100% test coverage
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