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Hurl.dev

Hurl is a command line tool that runs HTTP requests defined in a simple plain text format.

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    The most intuitive cross-platform REST API Client 😴

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  2. The Collaboration Platform for API Development

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    Open source API development ecosystem

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  5. 11

    Paw is a REST client for Mac.

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  6. Extension for Visual Studio - A set of extensions to Visual Studio 2012 Professional (and above) which improves developer productivity.

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  7. Friendly and fast tool for sending HTTP requests

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  8. HTTP REST client tool for emacs

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  9. Kreya is a GUI client for gRPC and REST APIs with innovative features for environments, authorizations and more.

    Open Source

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  10. RESTClient can be used to test variety of HTTP communications and RESTful webservices.

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  11. Milkman is a JavaFx-based workbench for crafting requests / responses. It is not limited to e.g. http (or more specifically rest) requests but can be extended in any imaginable way. It is optimized for fast startup and efficient workflow.

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  12. CLI HTTP that will make you smile. JSON support, syntax highlighting, wget-like downloads, extensions, and more.

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  13. Hurl makes HTTP requests.

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  14. API Testing and Monitoring made simple

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