Python Get Twitter Oembed

Mar 28, 2020

Via Requests

import requestsfrom urllib.parse import urlencodeurl = ''query_string = urlencode({'url': url}) # 'omit_script': 1oembed_url = f"{query_string}"r = requests.get(oembed_url)if r.status_code == 200:    result = r.json()    html = result['html'].strip()


{   "url":"https:\/\/\/jack\/status\/20",   "author_name":"jack",   "author_url":"https:\/\/\/jack",   "html":"\u003Cblockquote class=\"twitter-tweet\"\u003E\u003Cp lang=\"en\" dir=\"ltr\"\u003Ejust setting up my twttr\u003C\/p\u003E— jack (@jack) \u003Ca href=\"https:\/\/\/jack\/status\/20?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw\"\u003EMarch 21, 2006\u003C\/a\u003E\u003C\/blockquote\u003E\n\u003Cscript async src=\"https:\/\/\/widgets.js\" charset=\"utf-8\"\u003E\u003C\/script\u003E\n",   "width":550,   "height":null,   "type":"rich",   "cache_age":"3153600000",   "provider_name":"Twitter",   "provider_url":"https:\/\/",   "version":"1.0"}

Via Tweetpy

pip install tweepy
import tweepy# create twitter developer account at = tweepy.OAuthHandler(TWITTER_CONSUMER_API_KEY, TWITTER_CONSUMER_API_SECRET)# auth.set_access_token(access_token, access_token_secret)api = tweepy.API(auth)tweet_id = '20'result = api.get_oembed(tweet_id) # , omit_script=Truehtml = result['html'].strip()

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