How to modify Headers in HTTP(s) Requests & Responses in Chrome, Firefox & Safari using Requestly
Using Requestly, you can modify the headers of HTTP(s) Requests & Responses in Chrome, Firefox & Safari.
Simulating 500 HTTP status code in Create Tweet API on Twitter
Using Requestly, you can simulate different HTTP status codes for testing purposes. In this blog, we will see how to simulate 500 code using Twitter API.
Inserting scripts dynamically in a webpage
Requestly brings you one of the most powerful tool which may prove to be replacement for many browser extensions. Using "Insert Scripts" rule, you can make on-the-fly changes to a webpage content.
Debugging Next.js App in Production
Next.js is an open-source development framework built on top of node.js enabling React-based web applications functionalities such as server-side rendering and generating static websites
Adding Delay to Network Requests
As a frontend developer or QA, Testing certain parts of web applications require you to simulate delay in one or more components of the web app. Here are some scenarios where you would like to delay the network requests.
How to embed iframes by bypassing X-Frame-Options and frame-ancestors directive
There are two methods to bypass iframe blocking: By removing X-frame options and adding the frame-ancestor directive to the Content-security policy.
5 Ways to make App & Web Debugging extremely easy
So you're developing an app or a website and there's that dreaded debugging that you fear is going to be a time sink, stealing your focus away from development and forcing you to spend time fixing bugs, issues and testing.
How to modify HTTP requests matching regex
When you create a modification rule, you will find the following operators – Equals, Contains, Matches (Regex), Matches (Wildcard). In this article, we explain these operators and use cases.
How to do automation testing using Selenium in Chrome?
While developing applications, we experience performance based on our home network and we optimize the performance with our network in reference. We fail to consider performance optimizations for situations where there could be an unstable network or low network coverage
Simulating 404 HTTP status code in Blinkit Search API
Nobody wants to see errors in their API. But they appear at times when least expected. The possible scenarios when an error pops up could be something is wrong with the request or some problem with the API. Whatever may be the cause, one thing is sure traffic would stop.