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.

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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)