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README.md

WizTools.org RESTClient

About

RESTClient is a Java application to test RESTful webservices. It can be used to test variety of HTTP communications. There are two executables:

  • GUI version (restclient-ui-X.jar download)
  • Cli version for batch execution of .rcq files (restclient-cli-X.jar download)

Since 2007

The first version of RESTClient was released late 2007. Since then the tool has been in continuous development. Visit project news page for history of releases.

Download / Install

Mac users can use homebrew to install:

brew cask install wiztools/repo/restclient

Release binaries are available from GitHub releases.

Archives of pre-GitHub era release-builds are available at WizTools.org Download.

Support

Post your queries in Google Group mailing list.

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Screenshot

3.7.1 release:

More screenshots here: http://flickr.com/photos/subwiz/tags/restclient/

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