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Webinar: Discovering APIs with DHC
Restlet provides an API PaaS for API creation, API management and hosting. The cloud service helps developers (and non developers as well) manage and build APIs that follow the REST API architecture. A web API built with Restlet's API platform can be a data driven API, designed easily in few ...
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We recently visited with Jérôme Louvel, “Chief Geek” and founder of Restlet, which builds an API Platform as a Service (apiPaaS) to consume, design, develop and deploy APIs in the cloud. Jerome is the
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In our previous post, Discovering Web APIs using DHC by Restlet, we described how to interact with an existing REST service using DHC. This provides a good introduction on how to use the tool.
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DHC 1.2.1 is out!

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* improved user's support - ask a question directly from DHC
* minor bug fixes

Please, don't hesitate to send us your feedback!
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Why DHC requires "Read and change all your data on the websites you visit" and "Communicate with cooperating websites" permissions?

Chrome applications which need access to internet resources must declare it in their manifest. It can be a list of URLs or URL mask; e.g. http:/// allowing access to any URL.

Allowing access to any URL is a primary function of DHC, and the URL mask with wildcards is in interpreted by Chrome Store as:

This app can access:
Read and change all your data on the websites you visit

Which is true, but doesn't mean that the app is doing something bad. DHC doesn't collect your data.

Why 'Communicate with cooperating websites' permission?

DHC is available also as a service. This permission allows data exchange between DHC Chrome and
* DHC Service
* Restlet Cloud Services (sync & sharing)
* HP Systinet

Integrations are disabled by default.
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DHC 1.1

We are thrilled to share that we have added new valuable features to DHC by Restlet:

* create API test scenarios
* collaborate with your colleagues on API testing
* run API tests with Maven/Jenkins
* save your work in the cloud
* To get access to these new cool features, you just need to sign up for one of our inexpensive plans.


Today marks an important milestone in Restlet’s mission to deliver a comprehensive and unified platform for API developers (which I will use here in the broad sense of the term: developers creating/publishing APIs and developers using/consuming APIs).
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+Filip Kolarik only one api free
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DHC 0.8.5 has been released!

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   * a new method: length()/size() - returns the length of a string or the size of JSON Array or JSONObject
   * improved documentation: added an overview and assertions (Thanks to +Thierry Templier )
   * minor bug fixes

Please,  don't hesitate to send us your feedback!
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Where is the chagelog for the new version? The new version is asking for new permissions that aren't explained in a changelog
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A comparison of microservices frameworks, including our own +Restlet Inc. framework
Microservice is probably one of the most used term nowadays when speaking about software architecture. Although the underlying concepts aren’t new, it is one of the biggest buzzword of the two last years. To summarize, big monolithic architectures...
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Restlet Updates DHC API Testing Tool, adds continuous delivery. Story in ProgrammableWeb
API tooling platform Restlet has today launched a new version of DHC by Restlet, an API testing tool that functions from within the Chrome web browser. DHC helps API developer consumers to test API requests through a visual interface and can help API providers to build a quality user experience.
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DHC 1.2

Restlet and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced integration between HP Systinet and DHC by Restlet!

The integration allows users to try out API endpoints directly from HP Systinet and save the endpoint responses back to HP Systinet to document the service.
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In our previous blog post about DHC, we introduced the foundations of the tool. But DHC isn't just a tool to execute HTTP requests, it also allows you to apply some rules on calls to check that the responses received correspond to what is expected.
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Hi, i hope this is the right place, could you remove the "OutOfMemory" protections, or show how to disable it?

My workstation has enough memory to handle the responses I'm working with and it's painful not to be able to use this app because it is so far the best one of all the others I've tried. 
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This is great!
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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!