Paw 2.2.1 client for HTTP requests

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Paw 2.2.1

Here you can easily build queries (from HTTP headers, to body and POST data), immediately check them for errors (e.g., no OAuth required fields or invalid Content-Type), then run and see the result in the form of well-formatted JSON/XML.

Here are just some of the great features of the Paw:

  • Smart autocompletion: the application has a rich database of all sorts of HTTP headers, parameters, OAuth, Cookies and heaps of other pieces. Moreover, Paw automatically remembers all the headers, URL parameters, and more — everything you have used when creating their queries. Besides, for most word you will be able to obtain information about what a particular value.
  • Sort your requests by name, URL, error code and etc., place them in the correct order, match (by the way, the Paw can do it automatically for you based on the parameters of these requests).
  • Formatting server responses: JSON, XML, HTML, RSS and other favorite things with syntax highlighting.
  • Simplifying URL input: Paw highlights the part of the address to make it convenient and easy, while remembering all the parameters in the table “key-value”. You can simply fill out this table (it is located right below the address bar), and the new settings will be automatically added to your current URL.
  • code Generation requests: many Paw 1 users liked the ability to copy the current query in the format of a cURL. Now everything became even cooler: you can generate code for languages Objective-C (using either NSURLConnection or AFNetworking), Python, Ruby, and javascript (jQuery + Ajax) and PHP.
  • Dymamic Value (“dynamic values”) make your requests a hundred times smarter: for example, Paw can generate for you a signature or nonce for OAuth 1/Amazon S3, parse JSON/XML from another query — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg!
  • Warning: afraid to do something wrong? And don’t be afraid, Paw will warn you if the request is made incorrectly or it’s just weird, and in addition will tell you how to fix it (for example, if you want to send the request body using GET, you will be prompted to change the type to POST).
  • Keyboard shortcuts: now you can not waste your time on clicking the mouse on the buttons — Paw contains a bunch of shortcuts for almost anything.
Version: 2.2.1 Paw
Developer: Lucky Marmot
System requirements: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor
Language: English
Tablet: Not required
Size: 4.13 MB

Download the Paw program 2.2.1

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