July 7, 2023
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June 2023 Product Updates

Sachin Jain
Founder & CEO
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Welcome to our product updates for the month of July 👋🏻We've been working tirelessly to enhance the overall app experience and launch a couple of new and exciting features.

Make sure to read till the end!

Improved App Layout

We are thrilled to share that we have modified the app layout to improve navigation within the app and improve accessibility.

Introducing Cmd + K Menu

To further improve the accessibility of features, we also released the highly anticipated Command + K menu. It allows users to quickly access features and functions through a searchable menu.

New Help Section inside the rule editor

We've integrated a help section directly into the rule editor, providing you with instant access to valuable resources such as documentation, FAQs, and tutorial videos.

Enhanced support for GraphQL response modification

We've added the ability to modify two GraphQL responses simultaneously, empowering you with even greater control over your operations. More capabilities around GraphQL will be coming soon!

Intercept and modify requests from the Arc browser

Requestly’s desktop app now supports connection to the Arc browser, and you can now intercept, analyze and modify network requests from Arc using Requestly.

Review of the month

We were delighted to receive an abundance of positive feedback from our users last month. Your ongoing support and valuable suggestions have played a crucial role in propelling our development endeavors. I would like to share specific feedback we received from Abhinav.

We're committed to making our platform as user-friendly and functional as possible. We hope these enhancements will make your experience with Requestly more efficient and enjoyable.

Stay tuned for more updates coming your way in July.

Until then, happy debugging!

Requestly is an Open-Source frontend development platform with essential tooling & integrations that helps frontend developers write, test & debug their code 10x faster. Using Requestly, you can create mock API endpoints, test, validate & override API responses, modify request & response headers, setup redirects (Map local, Map remote) and use Requestly sessions for faster debugging.


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