Reimagining how web developers debug issues
Introducing Session Replays, an automated solution that can capture everything from our browser and enable us to send this information to our development team swiftly.
What are HTTP Headers & Understand different types of HTTP headers
HTTP headers are additional pieces of information sent along with an HTTP request or response. They provide important metadata about the request or response, such as the content type, caching directives, authentication credentials, and more.
Share rules and collaborate with team mates!
Requestly offers a ton of features which just make surfing the web a whole lot easier, be it for Web Designers, Product Marketers or even Developers in general. Definitely at some point, you would want to share the rules you would have created with your colleagues and other developers. We will show you how you can share a list of rules create by you, Let's dive right in!
How to create Rules to Modify HTTP Requests in Chrome & Safari
Requestly bundles powerful tools to do a lot more with network requests than ever, such as Mocking API Responses, Modifying Headers, Redirecting URLs, Delay/Throttle requests, and much more. This article will explain the different rule types available in Requestly and the different use cases for each rule type.
How to pin rules in Requestly
You can pin your rules and access them without opening the app by clicking on the Requestly icon present on the Chrome toolbar. You can turn your pinned rules on or off directly from the toolbar.
How to Inspect & Modify HTTP Traffic from Android Apps
Modern app development has made it quintessential for front-end developers to be equipped with tools that help them develop, test, and ship their apps quickly. In this article, let's see how you can use Requestly to inspect & modify HTTP traffic from Android apps
How to Inspect & Modify HTTP traffic from iOS Apps
Modern app development has made it quintessential for front-end developers to be equipped with tools that help them develop, test, and ship their apps quickly. In this article, let's see how you can use Requestly to inspect & modify HTTP traffic from iOS apps