Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests

Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests

The easiest way to Redirect URLs, Modify HTTP Headers, Mock APIs, Inject custom JS, Modify GraphQL Requests

  • Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests
  • Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests
  • Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests
  • Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests
  • Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests
What is Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests?
Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests is a powerful Chrome extension used by web developers to test JavaScript changes, simulate fake HTTP status codes, redirect URLs, insert custom scripts, and create API mocks, among other features. It simplifies the process of testing and debugging web applications without the need for proxy setup or VPN issues.
Users: 200,000+
Version: 24.5.8 (Last updated: 2024-05-10)
Creation date: 2020-06-02
Risk impact: High risk impact
Risk likelihood: Very low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
  • contextMenus
  • storage
  • unlimitedStorage
  • webNavigation
  • webRequest
  • webRequestBlocking
  • tabs
  • <all_urls>
Size: 684.03K
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🚀 Chrome’s favorite Open-Source DevTool of 2024! Named one of the best Chrome extensions to Modify HTTP Requests by the Google Chrome team.

❤️ & Used by over 250000+ web developers in 15000+ organizations. Github Repo -

Best alternative to Charles Proxy, Fiddler, and ModHeader that works directly in Chrome with beautiful, modern UI and team collaboration features.

🌟 Top Use Cases → Test JavaScript changes directly on your production site without code changes. → Use the Redirect Rule to load scripts from local or staging environments on production sites. → Modify and Mock API Request payload, Response body, & Status Code. → Override GraphQL Requests 📌

Unlike Charles Proxy & Fiddler, Requestly doesn’t set up a proxy in your browser, and hence, developers don’t face VPN issues or lags while using it. Requestly leverages Chrome Extension APIs under the hood to hit API endpoints and intercept & modify requests.

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User reviews
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  • Wide range of features
  • Clear tutorials
  • Responsive support
  • Clean UI
  • Useful for QA testing
  • Some features are premium
  • Became slow for some users
  • Switched to a paid model
  • Unclear data collection policies
Most mentioned
  • Free features becoming premium
  • Issues with slowness
  • Useful for testing and debugging
  • Unclear data collection policies
Recent reviews
by Taulant Taulant, 2024-01-22

Most important features are locked behind a paywall, you can't even modify an api response without paying, meanwhile free alternatives are already present.
by Ayush Mazumdar Ayush Mazumdar, 2024-05-23

When I needed a quick proxy tool for intercepting client-side JavaScript, I discovered Requestly. Since then, my development and debugging processes have become notably smoother and more efficient. What impressed me about Requestly? 1. Versatile Features: Requestly offers a wide range of features that cater to various development/debugging needs. 2. Clear and Helpful Tutorials: The tutorials provided by Requestly are concise yet comprehensive, making them incredibly useful for getting started quickly. 3. Exceptional Support: Requestly's support team is exceptionally responsive. They provide direct access to the team, enabling immediate communication either one-on-one or in group settings. The team's quick and effective support has greatly enhanced my experience. Overall, Requestly has become the best tool and service I've used recently for intercepting tasks. If you're looking for a solution to streamline your development workflow, I highly recommend giving Requestly a try. Happy Intercepting!
by Anindya Jain Anindya Jain, 2024-05-15
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Risk impact

Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install Requestly - Intercept, Modify & Mock HTTP Requests if you trust the publisher.

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