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What features are important to you?
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Automated API Testing Support
50%
Sharing and Synchronization
18%
API Documentation builder & generator
20%
API Mocks
7%
Other (please make a comment)
4%
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For me, the only thing missing is the sharing and sync.  Would be great to not have to export/import between different devices.
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+Gaurav Dhiman Probably no, unfortunately. I have to make some experiments with this because data store lifecycle is completely managed by Chrome. I guess that Chrome deleted all the data belonging to the user you removed for security reasons.

Sharing & Synchronization is also on our roadmap, but this has a lower priority than an automated testing. You can export a repository and a context manually to make a backup.
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DHC v0.7.19 has been released!

Enhancements
   * Response Assertions: you can declare a set of assertions on a response
  * A description has been moved at the bottom
  * HTML view for the description has been added

Note: A response assertion for JSON body supports JSON Path as a selector. 

http://goessner.net/articles/JsonPath/
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DHC 0.7.18 has been released!

Changelog
   * Raw HTTP Request & Response Preview
   * Minor bug fixes
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+Justin York HTTP preview is reconstructed because of XHR limitations. 
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DHC 0.7.14 is out!

Enhancements
  * Contexts: Export/Import
  * Contexts: Clone
  * Contexts: Scheme Override

Bug Fixes
  * UI: minor fixes
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Ah, of course. Thanks!
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DHC as a Service has been upgraded! More coming soon.
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Dear user,
we are making DHC with love and passion, doing so for free in our spare time.  

Our ultimate goal is to enable rapid API development,testing, and adoption for non-programmers, for masses. We can rapidly save your time, resources, and improve your product quality. 

We have a great vision, a great team, but we are struggling with lack of funding now.

Please consider a donation and become our valued sponsor. 

Thank you
Filip Kolarik
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New version 0.8 has been released!

The new version brings you improved expressions, references on requests/responses, and built-in methods (e.g. md5(), uuid()). The references allow you to easily interwire multiple requests together and make a flow of dependent requests. Read more on expressions, references, and built-in methods  in the application help and check it out!

Please let us know your opinion. Feature requests and your feedback is welcomed.

We are just at the very beginning, more wonderful stuff is coming soon. Your donation supports and speeds-up the DHC development. Thank you!
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Nice!  I hadn't added the "://" and the dropdown value wasn't overridden.  Thanks!
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DHC v0.7.20 is out!

Enhancements
  * Response Assertions: contexts support 

Bug Fixes
 * Bottom side tabs visibility
 * Resizable request text body

Please donate to support DHC development. Thank you! 

https://sprintapi.appspot.com/donation.html
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Response assertions are coming soon!

We respect the poll results. We are making DHC just for you, our users. Please make a donation to support DHC. Thank you!

https://sprintapi.appspot.com/donation.html

#http   #rest   #api    #testing   #tests   #automation  
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Ok, cool! Really like DHC!
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DHC v0.7.17 has been released

Responses are stored in the history along with requests. Just click on a history record and you will get a request and a response.
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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 and responses 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!