REST has become a leading standard for building web APIs. Test and interact with HTTP/REST resources using this free open source software utility for Apple OS X.
Make GET, PUT, POST, DELETE, and HEAD calls.
Set request headers and display response headers.
Automatically pretty print XML and JSON content.
Quick save of request URLs, body, and headers in one convenient drawer.
I love curl, but sometimes I need my output XML or JSON pretty printed. I want to be able to save frequent PUT and POST bodies for later and copy and paste from responses easily. Think of this as curl with a light UI.
This project was started in March 2010 with the goal of building a lightweight native Cocoa app for testing and debugging HTTP Restful services. This project was greatly inspired by the Java based rest-client.
10.12.0 and higher.
This software is licensed under the New BSD License. You can read the license here.
No. The latest and greatest version will always be on Github.
Prior to 2014, downloads were stored on Google Code. Version 1.3.4 was the last to support OS X 10.6.
Absolutely! Many features have been added by a handful of talented contributors. Fork the Github repo and create a pull request to get started.
A list of requested enhancements are cataloged on Github.
You can file an issue through Github's Issue page.
This can be done using shared drives/folders, see: this wiki page.