ApiScout is your one-stop environment for building, testing, and describing Rest Apis. It is incredibly fast. No waiting or restarting. No spinners. Blazingly fast on all Mac devices.
**### Compose requests, inspect responses**
ApiScout is the only HTTP Client tool you will need while building, testing, and describing your APIs. Organize requests into folders
**### Dynamic values**
Use dynamically calculated values, values from previous responses, environment variables, computed hashes, etc. in every part of your requests.
**### Environment variables**
Use environments to group related sets of values together. It's very handy for switching user accounts, servers, or anything else. Define variables like tokens, server base URLs, or credentials and re-use them globally for a seamless development/production workflow.
**### Chained requests**
Run single requests or a group of chained requests at once. Just select a collection of requests you need to perform and hit the "Run" button.
**### Session cookies manager**
Visualize and modify stored cookies. Insert or import cookies. Enable or disable cookies.
Autocompletion is available in almost every text field inside of ApiScout. Just press ESC to show the autocompletion view.
**### JSON Editor**
A powerful visual JSON editor helps you to create request bodies even faster.
- Fixed issue where every URL where called with "?" at the end.
Ratings and Reviews
Has promise, needs interface work
I like supporting new apps and developers, but there were too many annoyances and glitches to keep using this tool:
* It was confusing to add and rename requests. Double-clicking the name only seemed to "sort of" work, and using the file interface to change it was unintuitive.
* It was even harder figure out how to change the HTTP method. I almost didn't figure out that I had to click on it in the breadcrumb path on the details page. Why wasn't I asked up front what method I wanted? Why can't I change it by clicking on the big rectangle for it in the sidebar?
* The ' ' sign to add a new environment or session was very small and easy to miss. There should be ways to do it under the File menu, or by right-clicking in those tabs.
* I couldn't figure out how to add query and header values in the views for them. Clicking on a blank row didn't work. Double-clicking and right-clicking on a blank row didn't work. There was no "File" option. This is the point at which I gave up and looked for another tool.
Macs are easy to use because there's more than one way to do most things for different user intuitions. This app *looked* easy, and I like the environment and sessions structure, but the interface didn't work the way I expect for a Mac and there's no on-screen help or tooltips. If you can refine the UI I think you'll have a great tool worth paying for.
Developer Response ,
UPDATE: Hey, there is a lot of improvements in version 1.0.2 regarding the issues you've described.
Hi Steve Eley,
Thanks for the detailed review!
The response complained about no network connection.
Developer Response ,
You should probably check your internet connection
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- Requires macOS 12.0 or later.
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