Httper is a REST API test app running on your iOS devices. It helps developers to test their REST APIs anywhere and anytime without desktop PC.
Some features of Httper:
1. Developers can submit a HTTP request with headers, parameters and row request body. The HTTP response can be shown as four styles including pretty, row, preview, and detail.
2. Project function: After create a project, you can add a group of requests into a project. Httper also supports to synchronize between multiple devices after signing in you account. Your projects and requests can be synchronized into a new device easily.
3. Some Internet tools are included in Httper:
(1) Ping a domain or IP address.
(2) Whois search.
(3) Get device public IP info, WiFi info and cellular info.
Submit issues on https://github.com/MuShare/Httper-iOS/issues or send email to me(firstname.lastname@example.org).
Httper is an open source software. If you like my app, please give me a star on Github: https://github.com/MuShare/Httper-iOS/
New features in this version
- Fix the parameter array.
Ratings and Reviews
Best looking REST client on iOS. Few tweaks needed.
Off to a really good start on the app. I've tried ALL others on iOS and yours is has the most potential to be an amazing app by far. A few suggestions:
- Ability to save requests. The history right now doesn't cut it. I should be able to fill out a request and save it to pull it up at a later time immediately without sifting through the history. Accordingly, I should also be able to update or delete a saved request.
- Ability to create projects (or folders) to store related requests. If I have several projects with separate APIs it makes sense to group them together.
- When adding request headers it would be nice to have a drop down showing all common/available request header keys as opposed to typing them out.
- I'd nix the http/https toggle from the top of the UI. Just let the user type in what they need. Or if you still want them to choose one or the other have them tap the "http" within the line next to the textbox (for the request URL) and bring up a selection screen similar to what you do for when the user selects the request method. This could allow you to add caption text explaining the difference between http and http just like you caption each method explaining what it is used for. It keeps some consistency to your UI. The toggle switch at the top seems out of place.
- Add basic auth support.
- Add media support.
Very good app so far. Looking forward to updates.
The screenshots and information details on this app are exactly what it does. Cool app with no noticeable issues. Thanks.
It’s a cool app.
Fix it’s bugs and update it frequently👍🏻
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- Hubei Kabocha Network Technology Co., Ltd.
- 47 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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- Age Rating
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Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.