HTTP Toolkit offers automatic interception of HTTP and HTTPS traffic from most clients, including web browsers like Chrome and Firefox, almost all CLI tools, and backend languages like (Node.js, Python, Ruby and more).
For platforms without automatic integrations, HTTP Toolkit is designed to act as an HTTP(S) proxy, compatible with standard HTTP requests from any language or tool.
HTTP Toolkit permits you to skim through traffic with highlighting by content type, status & source or search by URL, status, and headers to hunt down the messages that matter. You can quickly examine the URL, status, headers & body of each request or response, with inline explanations & docs from MDN. You also have the option to delve into message bodies with highlighting & autoformatting for JSON, HTML, JS, hex, and others, all using the power of Monaco, the editor from Visual Studio Code.
HTTP Toolkit additionally allows you to pause and edit live HTTP traffic by precisely matching requests. You can jump to them when they appear and edit anything: the target URL, method, headers, or body. HTTP Toolkit also permits you to manually respond directly to requests as they arrive, or pass them upstream, and pause/edit the real response on the way back. Step through HTTP traffic request by request, or manually mock endpoints and errors.
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