When using Scrapy’s built-in
Browser class, you can access the browser headers through the
browser.headers attribute. To convert these headers to a dictionary format, you can use the
dict() function. Here’s an example:
from scrapy_browser import Browser # Create a browser instance browser = Browser() # Make a request and get the headers browser.get("https://example.com") headers_dict = dict(browser.headers) print(headers_dict)
In this example, we import the
Browser class from
scrapy_browser module and create a new instance of the browser. Then, we make a request to a specific URL using
To convert the browser headers to a dictionary, we use
browser.headers is a
scrapy.http.Headers object, and passing it as an argument to the
dict() function creates a dictionary with the header fields as keys and their corresponding values as values.
Finally, we print the
headers_dict, which will display the headers as a dictionary.
Make sure you have the Scrapy library and its browser extension (
scrapy-browser) installed before running this code. You can install the browser extension using the command
pip install scrapy-browser.
Note that the
Browser class is part of the Scrapy-Browser extension and provides a web browser-like interface within Scrapy.