There are probably as many ways to test your websocket as there are websocket’s server. The challenge is to find a tool that doesn’t interfere with your great workflow. WebSocket Client was built to be easy to use when you need it, and easy to hide when you don’t. No terminal commands that are hard to remember, no browser extensions that’s hard to reach and no applications that keeps getting in your way.
- Connect / Disconnect
- Multi-session (you can save your connection’s paramaters)
- Pretty-print incoming JSON messages and saved messages
Breaking Changes :
- Brand-new icon for the application
- Add trash button for clear the previous response
- Display the keyboard shortcut for send a request
Ratings and Reviews
Does exactly what it needs to do
This isn't sexy or glamorous, but the app does exactly what it needs to do.
Doesn't seem to work, and there is no UI feedback to explain why. I enter a websocket URL and attempt to connect and... nothing. No feedback whatsoever about whether anything worked.
Judging from the other reviews, it must have worked at some point. But currently it appears to be broken.
Their editor is broken
If you paste or type JSON with regular double quotes, the editor changes the text to the fancy double quotes: " vs ” and it ruins your message for you
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.