HTTP/1.1 has a lot of perks and added features like reusing a connection multiple times which decreases the considerable overhead, keep-alive mechanism, and so on. And fortunately,
requests is built from it, giving us the benefits of interacting with the web smoothly and seamlessly. There is no need to manually add query strings to our URLs, or to encode our POST data. Keep-alive and HTTP connection pooling are 100 percent automatic, powered by
urllib3, which is embedded within
requests we are gifted with a means to forget about encoding parameters again and again, irrespective of whether it is GET/POST.
There is no requirement for manually adding query strings to the URLs, and also to the features ...