Display JWT bearer tokens in a new tab in Chrome's Developer Tools
Are you sending JWT tokens in your HTTP requests? Tired of copying tokens from the developer view into jwt.io when debugging? This extension will detect HTTP(S) requests with an Authorization header containing a JWT bearer token, and conveniently display the contents of the token in Chrome's developer tools pane. New: HTTP header name and prefix can be customized in extension options. Prefix can be included when copying token to clipboard.
- (2021-02-04) Slava Fesenko: Thanks Tore, great idea and realization, but when working with Swagger it's not only token needed, but "Bearer " before it. Of course, not a big deal to add it manually when pasting, but it takes almost the same time as simple grabbing token from headers. Suggestion It'd be nice to add setting like a checkbox "Insert 'Bearer ' string before token when copying to a clipboard".
- (2020-07-24) Liam Hughes: Seems to do a good job nice and simply. Not easy to read in Dark theme but the copy to clipboard button is useful
- (2021-09-16, v:1.3.1) Tim Riker: non-ascii data.
I have a jwt with "displayName": "Tim 金龙Λ̊™ Riker" in it. The tool shows this instead: displayName Tim é‡‘é¾™Î›ÌŠâ„¢ Riker