Application and use cases
Here's how you can use Requestly's Mock Server feature in your daily workflow...
Mock Backend response
When the backend isn't ready and you want to mock the API response.
Mock different Formats
Beside from mocking an API Response, we also allow you to write plain HTML/CSS/JS on our editor and test it out without the hassle of deploying.
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This is a killer extension. So many good use cases. We use it often.
Added a Requestly rule for my entire Github Pages domain so that everything resolves locally and I can import between projects I'm working on without specialized rules. Have I said how much I LOVE @RequestlyIO for dev? Def my most essential tool after a browser & a text editor!
More Awesome Features
Requestly packs many more awesome features to debug network requests.
Redirect URLs (Map Remote)
Redirect a request URL (or matching pattern) to another URL.
Block Network Requests
Block requests, websites by specifying keywords or entire URL
Modify HTTP(s) Request & Response Headers
Add, Delete, Override Request & Response Headers.
Test edge cases in your app by simulating API responses
Cross Device Testing
Check how your site looks on multiple devices, browsers, dimensions etc
Insert Custom Scripts
Allows you to automate, scrape & change webpage's behaviour with little knowledge of JS & CSS.
Modify Query Params
Insert, Modify or Delete query parameters for URLs (or matching pattern)
Delay Request Rule
Delay requests by specifying keywords or entire URL
Edit Content-Type, Status Code, and Body of the Response on our Server.
Allows you to record activity on a webpage and capture details like console logs and network requests stitched together.
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