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Storage Area Explorer is an extension which provides GUI access to HTML5 session/local storage and is developed by DHC developer +Alexey Bykov

Chrome Store:
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/storage-area-explorer/ocfjjjjhkpapocigimmppepjgfdecjkb

Sources are available on GitHub:
https://github.com/jusio/storage-area-explorer

#chrome   #html5   #devtools   #webdevelopment  
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Version 0.7 is out!

* redesigned
* 63 issues were fixed

We are back on the track. Many new features are coming soon! 

Please donate. Your donations will be used to speedup development. Don't forget append a note with feature request to your donation! (a link is located at left-bottom in DHC UI)
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Keep up the great work!!! :)
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In short, the  #microservice   architectural style is an approach to developing a single application as a suite of small services, each running in its own process and communicating with lightweight mechanisms, often an #HTTP   resource #API  
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Secure your #API  with  #HTTP   Strict Transport Security #HSTS  
Learn why and how you ought to serve your sites over a secure HTTPS connection, rather than wide open and vulnerably over HTTP.
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API Craft Conference 2014
Where do we lead the APIs of tomorrow?

You shouldn't miss this event. Register now! We'll be there! 

Big thanks to +Brian Mulloy and +Kevin Swiber for doing this.
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HTTP/1.1 - RFC 2616  is OBSOLETED by RFC 723(0-5)   

RFC 7230 - HTTP/1.1: Message Syntax and Routing 
RFC 7231 - HTTP/1.1: Semantics and Content
RFC 7232 - HTTP/1.1: Conditional Requests
RFC 7233 - HTTP/1.1: Range Requests
RFC 7234 - HTTP/1.1: Caching
RFC 7235 - HTTP/1.1: Authentication

http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7230
http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7231
http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7232
http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7233
http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7234
http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7235

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Version 0.7.1 is out!

A lot of users were asking for the old history pane. We are listening very carefully and we are making DHC just for you, our users. So here it is!

Checkout DHC newsletter for more details: http://goo.gl/nWN8zS
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Hi, can you be more specific? Please send an email to info@sprintapi.com
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Version 0.7 is coming soon! Redesigned & Re-factored!

Do you want to stay updated? Sign up for our newsletter here: http://cm.pn/ele You will get the latest news and helpful tips delivered right to your email.

Please donate if you like this application. It will speed up development. A link is located at left-bottom in DHC UI (just launch the app and scroll down)

Your feedback is most appreciated and welcomed!

#http   #api   #rest   #webservices   #chrome  
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Platform as a Service from authors of +Restlet 
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What HTTP methods, headers, status codes are more in use/popular than the others? Take this survey and check results.
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Easily construct custom HTTP requests, save them permanently, take advantage of variables and contexts
Introduction
DHC is designed and developed by a developer for developers to make direct HTTP resource discovery, manipulation and testing more easily. Beside the main function, sending/receiving custom HTTP requests/responses, it allows permanently to save a request to a local repository for later reuse and moreover the request declaration can include variables that are context specific. With the use of contexts you can easily switch between various environments without modifying request declaration. (e.g. from a test environment to production)

Features
    ★ easy to use, simple user interface, skins
    ★ REST compliant, full request customization, HATEOAS support
    ★ application state persistence
    ★ requests history
    ★ permanent local requests repository +export/import 
    ★ custom request variables 
    ★ custom request contexts
    ★ HTML Form editor (x-www-form-urlencoded, multipart/form-data)
    ★ drag and drop body declaration
    ★ HTML, XML, JSON responses syntax highlighting
    ★ image/* response built-in preview
    ★ settings (custom methods, mapping, timeout, etc.)

The development is still in progress but all the features are already working now. Stay tuned for updates and drop me message if you like it or not. 
Your feedback is most appreciated and welcomed!