Requestly allows you to modify network requests. Main features include: **Modify URL of the request** Requestly allows you to modify the url of ongoing request and you can change the url to something else. Common examples include - Setting up Redirects (eg, facebook.com -> quora.com) - Creating URL shortcuts (e.g. Type j-1 in address bar will open jira.corp.example.com/projects/jira-1). - Switching Hosts (All requests for xyz.com should go to abc.com) - Block websites (e.g. Block social media websites to stay productive) - Modify some part of URL (be it host, path, query parameters etc) - Stay way from time killing sites. Setup rules like when source contains facebook.com or twitter.com then redirect to StackOverflow and do some geeky stuff. - Test your JS running in production environment. Simply redirect your JS from prod to JS from your local setup box and test if your fix/code actually works in production site. **User Scripts** - Run scripts on website and customize the web pages you want - Support your script with popular libraries like jQuery and underscore. - Use FileHosting service to upload long scripts and get a URL to be used in your websites or Requestly rules - Very similar to GreaseMonkey or TamperMonkey user scripts **File Hosting (Library Service)** - Host JS/CSS Files and use the URLs inside Requestly rules. No need to setup local server ** Modify Headers** - - Modify HTTP Request & Response headers (Extremely helpful for web developers for debugging applications) ** Modify User Agent** - Setup different user agents for websites and test how they behave - Useful for web developers for testing cross-device compatibility **Additional Features** - Deactivate the extension when you don't need it. - Enable/Disable the rules with just single click - Export and import the rules and maintain a backup for your rules (They are important, you will know) - Share Rules with other Users in one click - Browser Sync is enabled so you create/change your rules in one browser and the changes will automatically be reflected in another. Additionally, Requestly provides a very user friendly interface to setup your rules. You can toggle a rule with a single click. No need to delete a rule when you don't need it. Just make that inactive and activate it later whenever you need it again. Website: https://www.requestly.in Documentation: https://www.requestly.in/blog/category/docs/ Releases/ChangeLogs: https://www.requestly.in/releases/
- (2020-02-26) Demon _08: very good application but very very good
- (2020-02-25) Anindha Parthy: Cool extension. The limit on the script size on the free plan is a little limiting.
- (2020-02-24) 林阳: nice
- (2020-02-20) Ranjit Kumar: Awesome plugin. Please increase the rule from 10 to 25 for free users.
- (2020-02-15) icey100 icey100: Errors are groggy, the extension can redirect basic full URLs but not parts of URLs in URL paths. Extension complicated to use.
- (2020-02-13) Ari: Excellent chrome extension and very helpful staff, I 100% recommend it!
- (2020-02-12) JB EDiton: cool
- (2020-02-08) J B: Sweet - super helpful - thanks for free trial!
- (2020-02-06) WQ Ender: Amazing
- (2020-02-01) anderson: this good
- (2020-01-28) Krzysiek Skibiak: Nice
- (2020-01-22) Thiago Fernandes: Funciona d+!
- (2020-01-22) Internet Net: Super extensão!
- (2020-01-09) Malik Sadoine: I use it everyday. Works great!
- (2020-01-06) naqib nadzir: Niceeeee
- (2020-01-04) F M: Works, unlike other redirector extensions. Sadly, the developers think this is worth charging for - let me tell you right now, there is no reason whatsoever to pay a subscription fee for a f**king chrome extension to redirect URLs. You can do this manually on your computer outside your browser and have a more effective result. The free version of this, if you have one or two very pesky redirects and are too lazy to manually redirect them, is great, if muddled by senseless ads. Would have been 5 stars if there was no dumb subscription plan and the UI wasn't average at best. UPDATE: The lazy swindling devs for this don't even bother to fix bugs with operating immediately after Chrome is launched, so this PAID EXTENSION doesn't even work at first. Removed a star.
- (2020-01-01) Anonymous SportStacker: I liked it when it was free. But it's still awesome, though
- (2019-12-30) BINH Nguyen Dinh: useful
- (2019-12-17) Princess Precurefan9000Syrinx63IsCutie: I get to use it for Comedy world
- (2019-12-16) Stefan: You can do it for free with other extensions what this one can do if you pay to remove the limits.
- (2019-12-16) GaMbLiN JoKeR: GREAT EXTENSION! SO FAR IT HAS BEEN VERY HELPFUL!
- (2019-12-15) Neo N: Not the original extension anymore.
- (2019-12-15) Miami The Cat AUTTP ATHTDC AFUIB AWCFNC AVGCP: I Now Liked It
- (2019-12-11) Basically BHV: Now i can make my vyond videos with the old themes, but i am sad that the legacy video maker is retiring in 6 days...
- (2019-12-09) Matt Furniss: Super useful extension. Easy to setup and use.
- (2020-02-26, v:19.10.15) Daria8686 Nergvi: question
how do you use Extension please reaspon to me and teach me please
- (2020-02-10, v:19.10.15) Murga ツ: Problem!!!!!
Requestly has a bug when i want save texture pack it wont save
- (2019-11-27, v:19.10.15) top4ik555: как убрать клетки
как её использовать ?
- (2019-11-22, v:19.10.15) Василий Ставенко: Requestly app doesn't work with with my chrome
I cannot use requestly admin page for editing rules - turning them on and off after chrome update. After opening console - it looks like i have no internet - seems like url is not hooked.
- (2019-11-13, v:19.10.15) רועי ברקאי: how can I use this in an enviorment without access to network
how can I use this in an enviorment without access to network
- (2019-11-12, v:19.10.15) 张挺: 打开Rules空白
- (2019-11-04, v:19.10.15) Rahaf 90: woow
- (2019-10-11, v:19.9.19) Kaspars Siričenko: Doesn't save redirect
- (2019-10-10, v:19.9.19) Stefano Capuzzimato: Modify query parameter rule not working correctly
I have a rule set using your tool that would allow me to change a parameter usually included in the request. The rule is structured as follows: # Request URL contains - maxResults # add/replace param - maxResults # value - 20 Original URL: * http://localhost:8080/rest/api/2/search?jql=(project%20=%20%22MetroSystems%20automation%20test%22)%20and%20key%20!=%20MAT-15&maxResults=10&_=1570634038378 * http://localhost:8080/rest/api/2/search?jql=(project%20&maxResults=20&_=1570634067336 Long story short, it looks to me like we're losing a much bigger chunk of the original URL while we (correctly, at least) fix the parameter that we wanted to amend, and the resulting API request obviously dies screaming as the value of the parameter is no longer valid (missing round brackets and everything past the '=' sign). A way forward to amend the requests on the fly using your tool would be great. Please advise. Many thanks, Stefano
- (2019-10-02, v:19.9.19) Alex Man: Rules work
How to make my rule work on all sites except one or two
- (2019-09-24, v:19.9.19) Chris Callan: Can't use in latest Firefox version
Installed on my FF browser (69.0, 64-bit on Ubuntu 18.04) and found that although the install seems to go flawlessly that it never installed the app icon. so the extension is "installed" but there's absolutely no way to interact with the rule editing. Put Chromium on my system and the install and app icon worked perfectly so there must be something missing in the FF install process that's missing the app icon registration with the browser.
- (2019-09-15, v:18.104.22.168) Rachel: :(
i cant open it