Pawprint, a quick way to share HTTP requests

Pawprint, a quick way to share HTTP requests

Last May, we launched Pawprint, a quick way to share the requests you tested in Paw. The idea of a getting a short link that you can paste anywhere, sharing what you just see on screen, was very appealing and something we wanted to do almost since the beginning of Paw.

That's handy to report bugs to the API provider (often those backend guys sitting on the other side of the room), or to show to the consumers (often the client folks playing with smartphones and web browsers) how your PATCH endpoint works.

In Paw, just hit ⌘/, and a permalink will be copied. Paste it anywhere from Slack and GitHub tickets, to StackOverflow answers.

You'll also get client code generated in many languages, plus cURL or HTTPie command lines, to run the same request from code.

Pawprint, a quick way to share HTTP requests (Screenshot)

We have much more to come in the next months. We love APIs and beautiful UX (what we call developer experience), and know that there's still so much to do to bring these two worlds together. Stay tuned.

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