How to POST JSON data with Python Requests?

You can use the requests library in Python to send a POST request with JSON data. Here is a code snippet that demonstrates how to do it:

import json
import requests

# Prepare the JSON data
data = {'name': 'John', 'age': 30}
json_data = json.dumps(data)

# Send the POST request with JSON data
headers = {'Content-type': 'application/json'}
response ='', data=json_data, headers=headers)

# Print the response

In this example, the json.dumps() method is used to convert the Python dictionary to a JSON object. The Content-type header is set to application/json to indicate that the request body contains JSON data. The method is then used to send the POST request with the JSON data.

You should replace the url '' with the url endpoint you want to send the request to.

Note: The example above is a simple test case, you can also pass your json object directly to the data parameter, like this:

response ='', json=data)