With one click↴Intercept & view all Android HTTP(S)Mock endpoints or entire serversRewrite, redirect, or inject errors
HTTP Toolkit is a beautiful & open-source tool
for debugging, testing and building with HTTP(S)
on Windows, Linux & Mac.
Scan a QR code on the device to start setup, or remotely connect debuggable devices via ADB.
Reconnect again later in one tap.
Supports Android Lollipop and later (v5 / API level 21+)
No messing around with certificate files and wifi settings.
Click the button, accept permissions, start capturing traffic.
Immediately view HTTPS on any device from apps that trust user-installed certificates, like Chrome.
Enable trust in your own app with one tiny manifest change.
On emulators & rooted devices, easily intercept HTTPS from any app, with automatic injection of a system certificate authority.
Want the full details?
Take a look at the in-depth guide to Android HTTP debugging.
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HTTP Toolkit is a nice looking and intuitive tool to intercept, view, and debug HTTP(S) endpoints...
During the preparation of this article, HTTP Toolkit has been the tool working best out of the box — no configuration was necessary.
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HTTP Toolkit provides automatically targeted interception for specific clients, including HTTPS setup, rather than intercepting everything from your entire computer, and so avoids capturing irrelevant traffic or disrupting other applications.
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So excited to see this tool develop and just submitted a software request to my company!
Awesome tool! Really makes your life easier than having to intercept with Charles.
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Tried out @HttpToolkit to custom map some requests on Android. Very impressed with it, good UI and the automatic certificate setup with emulator is great
Your tool is way better than Charles
Editing requests on the go without doing any extra work is just amazing.
...super helpful for debugging, testing, and quick API prototyping
Explore, search & examine HTTP
Skim through traffic with highlighting by content type, status & source, or use powerful filtering tools to precisely match the messages that matter to you.
Examine the URL, status, headers & body of each request or response, with inline explanations & docs from MDN.
Dig into message bodies with highlighting & autoformatting for JSON, HTML, JS, hex and others, all using the power of Monaco, the editor from Visual Studio Code.
Pause & edit live HTTP traffic
Precisely match requests, jump to them when they appear, and edit anything: the target URL, method, headers or body.
Manually respond directly to requests as they arrive, or pass them upstream, and pause & edit the real response on the way back.
Step through HTTP traffic request by request, or manually mock endpoints and errors.
Test with fully automated mock responses Pro
Create rules to match requests and respond with your own content, to quickly prototype against new endpoints or services.
Define new endpoints, override existing ones, or replace external services, to reproduce tricky edge cases and test your error handling.
Import & export your mock rulesets, to build complex setups and share them with your team.
Inject request timeouts, simulate connection failures, and silently redirect requests from one server to another.Pro
Precise matching lets you target the requests you care about. Match any requests sent anywhere by using HTTP Toolkit as a proxy, send requests directly to use it as a mock server.
And there's more to come too!
Future plans include security analysis & metrics, session-wide performance graphs & analysis, HTTP client tooling, scripting integrations & more...
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by Tim Perry