Send HTTP requests to servers and Web applications, in order to test their response and view the results, with this reliable tool.
- Version :0.1.0.0
- License :Freeware
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Ihar Areshchankau
IA-REST-test is a simple to use program dedicated to testing Web services, by sending requests on different types of protocols. You can send the requests to servers or websites and test their response, as well as view the results in a separate tab. The program is suitable for testing the functionality of Web applications.
Configure the request before sending it
IA-REST-test allows you to verify the response from client-server REST applications, as well as view the HTTP protocol used in each instance. The message sending task is simple and requires only that you provide the correct URL.
You can enter either a website URL or an IP address and select the verification methods from the list: GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, HEAD, OPTIONS, TRACE or CONNECT. The supported protocols are HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/1.0.
Optionally, if the method you selected requires additional data, you can insert a specific message in your request, specify the type of the content and select the proper character encryption. The supported algorithms include UTF-8, Windows-1251, Koi8r, CP866, and ISO-8859-1.
Calculate response time and view the HTTP code
IA-REST-test can calculate the time it took for the message to be sent and a response to be received. The process usually lasts a few milliseconds and can determine the proper functionality of a Web application, for instance. The general response is displayed near the duration, at the bottom of the main window.
For a more detailed log you can switch to the Response tab. The program can display the list of headers and the afferent values, as well as the HTTP code in the designated area.
Simple to use HTTP verification program
IA-REST-test is a simple, lightweight, stand-alone application, capable of sending and processing HTTP requests, as well as managing the server responses. It is based on the standard Windows .NET engine validation rules and supports various methods for sending the HTTP requests.