web-http-client - a web based http client
Ships with a visual browser based http client + node.js server-side proxy. This allows you to easily make cross-domain HTTP requests from a browser session, which is great for testing and debugging web-services.
mkdir myapp/ cd myapp/ jitsu install web-http-client
If you do not have
jitsu installed you can install it via
npm install jitsu -g
Starting web-http-client locally
Now you can visit http://localhost:8080 to view your application
Deploy web-http-client to nodejitsu
You will now be prompted for a
subdomain to deploy your application on
(The MIT License)
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