View all of the query string parameters in the current tab's url.
Every web developer has to deal with large query strings at times. When debugging parameters passed into a url or just curiosity. I recently had to debug an issue and had to inspect the query string manually many times. I could have used Fiddler or Charles Proxy to see the values in a table form. I could have just copy and paste into notepad, but why leave the browser and deal with another app when I could just simply create an extension to do help me do this quickly. I created this quick extension to make it so I could see the current tab's query string parameters at a click of a button, right from Chrome. Please provide feedback or feature requests. You could also contribute to the extension as it's made open source at the GitHub Repo: https://github.com/acolchado/query-string-values-extension
- (2019-07-31) Hrodger: Simple but works as intended.
- (2016-02-12) Michael Quacinella: Nice, but it would be 5 stars if you let user also edit the values and send the new request!