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    Debug web hooks, http clients

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    API Traffic Inspector

  3. Flagsmith lets you manage feature flags and remote config across web, mobile and server side applications. Deliver true Continuous Integration. Get builds out faster. Control who has access to new features. We're Open Source.

    Try for free Open Source freemium

  4. 33

    Easy mocking of any system you integrate with via HTTP or HTTPS.

    Open Source

  5. 29

    HttpMaster is a professional software tool for testing and debugging HTTP applications, primarily aimed at REST API applications and web services.


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    Instantly generate a free, unique URL and email address to test, inspect, and automate (with a visual workflow editor and scripts) incoming HTTP requests and emails.

    Open Source freemium $14.0 / Monthly

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    Open source API development ecosystem

    Open Source freemium

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    Apibucket is best way your api documentation. Manage your team and fast release your api document.

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    RoboHydra is a web server designed to help you test any kind of HTTP client:

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    API performance, accuracy, and uptime testing. Without code.

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    Bearer is an open source, fast and accurate static application security testing (SAST) tool that analyze your source code to discover, filter and prioritize security and privacy risks.

    Open Source freemium

  12. 26

    Fresh API monitoring and Site Transaction Monitoring. From one great dashboard.

    Open Source

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    Unblock yourself from API dependencies, and build & integrate with APIs fast. Beeceptor helps you build a mock Rest API in a few seconds.

    freemium $10.0 / Monthly (Per endpoint)

  14. 29 is a tool which helps to debug and mock REST APIs

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