Request Inspector

Public Webhook tester

Crete an unique endpoint to collect and test.

All requests sent to this endpoint are shown to you in real-time.

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Endpoints created by authenticated users are private, and the data sent will be stored for a longer period.

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What does it do?

Request Inspector is a free service that allows you to create a unique endpoint where you can send HTTP requests for testing purposes.

This tool would then display the incoming requests in real-time so you can observe and analyze them.

How it's work

Create a Unique Endpoint

You would use the Request Inspector service to generate a unique URL. This URL will act as your testing endpoint."

Send Requests

You can then use this unique URL as the target for your webhook or HTTP requests. Any requests you send to this URL will be captured by the Request Inspector service.

Real-Time Display

The service will display incoming requests in real-time on a web interface, allowing you to view the details of each request, including the request method, headers, payload (data), and more. Additionally, the service maintains a history of the last 100 requests for public endpoints and 500 requests for registered user endpoints.

Testing and Debugging

You can use this real-time display to test and debug your webhooks or any HTTP-based integrations. This is particularly useful for verifying that the data you're sending is correctly structured and that your webhook endpoints are processing the data as expected.

Security and Privacy

Request Inspector endpoints automatically expire after 180 days from their last access. This ensures that your testing data is not accessible indefinitely. For added security, you can protect the display of public endpoints with a password. Public endpoints retain the request history for 2 days, while registered user endpoints preserve data for 10 days.