python requests module license

What is the Python Requests Module License?

Python Requests module is a popular library used for making HTTP requests from Python. It abstracts the complexities of making requests behind a simple API. The Requests module is released under the Apache2 license.

Apache2 License

The Apache 2.0 license is a permissive open-source license that allows you to use, modify, and distribute the software without any restrictions. It provides users with the right to distribute, modify, and use software under certain conditions. Apache2 license requires that modifications be clearly stated when distributing the software.

Using the Requests Module

The Requests module can be easily installed using pip. You can install the module by running the following command:

pip install requests

Once installed, you can use the Requests module in your Python code by simply importing it:

import requests

You can then make HTTP requests using the Requests module's functions. For example, the following code makes a GET request to a URL:

response = requests.get('')

The Requests module also provides functionality for sending data in request bodies, handling cookies, and much more.