HTTP4e - HTTP and REST Client for Eclipse

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HTTP4e is an Eclipse plugin that helps you quickly build HTTP REST packets enabling you to easily test and create REST Service and Web Service calls.

A tool for Web Development, Web/Rest Services Development, Testing, HTTP hacking and tampering.

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Eclipse HTTP Client (HTTP4e) is an Eclipse plugin for making HTTP and RESTful calls. Build with user experience in mind, it simplifies the developer/QA job of testing Web Services, REST, JSON and HTTP. It is a useful tool for your daily job of HTTP header tampering and hacking.

The Features:

  • Making/Replaying an HTTP call directly from Eclipse IDE
  • Visual Editors for HTTP headers, parameters and body
  • Tabbed browsing (allowing replaying different RESTful, HTTP calls on separate tabs)
  • History support (persisting your valuable REST calls)
  • One-click HTTP code generation to Java, PHP, C#, Flex/ActionScript, Cocoa/Objective-C, Ruby, Python and Visual Basic
  • One-click JMeter script generation
  • Import and export HTTP4e replay script
  • Export HTTP sessions as HTML report
  • Import raw HTTP packets and Firefox’s Live HTTP headers
  • Aesthetic UI, Code assist, Headers auto-suggest, Syntax coloring
  • “Raw”, “Pretty”, “Hex”, “Browser” and “JSON” views
  • Proxy Configuration
  • BASIC and DIGEST Authentication
  • SSL/HTTPS support
  • Unicode UTF8 support
  • HTTP tampering
  • Tab renaming
  • Available on Windows, MacOS X, Linux, Solaris


Visit HTTP4e, Eclipse REST Client Home at http://www.nextinterfaces.com.


Versions

Version 4.0:

  • Introducing Tab Rename option
  • Introducing Parameterization of Headers and Params

Version 3.0:

  • Introducing @file abilities to load external payload to body by simply passing @/file/path
  • Export HTTP sessions report as HTML
  • Export and import HTTP4e replay script
  • Importing raw HTTP packets
  • Importing http packets directly from Firefox’s Live HTTPHeaders
  • Enhancing tabs
  • Fixing Pretty view XML formatting
  • JMeterone click script generation
  • PHP, Flex/ActionScript, Cocoa/Objective-C, Ruby, Pythonone click script generation
  • C#, Visual Basic.NETone click script generation
  • JavaScript, Prototype, jQuery one click script generation
  • Apache HTTP Components 4.x one click code generation

Version 2.x changes:

  • Fixing Proxy Connections
  • Introducing BASIC and DIGEST Authentication

Version 1.6.x changes:

  • Fixing Linux Fonts
  • Adding UTF8 Unicode support
  • Fixing Mac OS/Linux persisting, thus you will not loose your HTTP call on Eclipse/Computer restart

Version 1.5.x changes:

  • Fixing Mac OS X 10.x Fonts

Version 1.4.x changes:

  • Introducing JSON View
  • Fixing SSL as HTTP4e is running https urls without any SSL preferences
  • Java one click code generation bug fixes
  • Persisting all views, thus on Eclipse close you don’t loose your HTTP call data
Additional Details
Organization Name: 
Date Created: 
Thu, 2007-09-06 09:51
Development Status: 
Production/Stable
License: 
Commercial
Date Updated: 
Fri, 2013-06-14 15:52
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zmilanov's picture

FYI,

The tools has been open sourced at github.com/nextinterfaces/http4e or www.nextinterfaces.com/http4e

pverest's picture

Gave a try and it is awesome.

There my fork at https://github.com/Nodeclipse/http4e/ and Pull Request for maven build https://github.com/nextinterfaces/http4e/pull/5

pverest's picture

Unfortunately it is commercial with only 1 day for trial.
It is like waste of time, when there are free plugins for browsers to do the same.