Name: Paw (HTTP & REST Client)
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.9 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Allow connections to: luckymarmot.com
(For extension updates, no identifiable information is sent)
Courtesy of TNT Team
Release Date: May 1, 2015
What's New in Version 2.2.1
Pawprint Sharing – Share captured requests & responses online via a permalink so you can show others how an API works or quickly report bugs. The current HTTP exchange (request + response) will be available via a short link (e.g. https://paw.pt/4242) that you can share on Twitter, StackOverflow, via email or messages. Anyone will be able to re-open the same request locally in Paw (credentials are not shared).
Import APIs templates – Mashape is a directory of hundreds of free APIs ready to use. You can now search for APIs and import endpoints in your project.
User Interface Improvements:
Environments can now be edited either in a pop over sheet or an independent panel, leaving more space and improving usability.
Document title is always displayed along with an handy menu to save, import and export
Search requests by name, url or method
Displayed pixel size and type for images
Bug fixes and small additions:
Added support for JSONP
Improved HTTP / HTTPS connection speed and request time calculation
Fixed crash when inserting some characters using various keyboards
Fixed bug that prevented the app from saving preferences under some circumstances
Fixed freeze when saving the document many times quickly
Fixed crash when inserting headers with newlines
Improved performance when displaying large requests or responses
Fixed other random crashes
Full Release Notes: https://luckymarmot.com/api/v2/updates/2.2.1/webview
App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id584653203?mt=12
More Info: https://luckymarmot.com/paw
The ultimate REST client for Mac.
Paw is a full-featured and beautifully designed Mac app that makes interaction with REST services delightful. Either you are an API maker or consumer, Paw helps you build HTTP requests, inspect the server's response and even generate client code.
Easily build your HTTP requests, send and inspect server responses. Setup HTTP headers, URL parameters, JSON, form URL-encoded, or multipart body. Organize your requests in collection files, and generate client code.