Protocol Agnostic API Studio. Realtime, REST & GraphQL
PERMISSION: read and change all your data on the website you visit ✔It's due to **allHost** permission we need for API/WS etc clients Firecamp doesn't read or change any of your private or website data, without this permission, chrome will block every request which you will fire from API/WS etc clients.even though you can disable this access from the extension setting OR ✔ https://firecamp.app/docs/installation (use Desktop App instead) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Firecamp is a centralized platform for various GUI clients like API, WebSocket, and GraphQL which helps to accelerate the current development workflow. Moreover, it serves the multi-purpose DevTools which assists developers to deal with their problems. Firecamp boosts the development process, removes the team dependencies and improves productivity. Indeed, it's a campsite for developers which facilitates developers to build, enhance and test their end-points. Download (Web, Mac, Linux, Windows) https://firecamp.app/docs/installation/ Get In Touch and Updated GitHub : https://github.com/firecampapp/fc-support Twitter: https://twitter.com/FirecampHQ ★ Features ------------------------------------- ✔ Intuitive UI ✔ Manage multiple projects ✔ Dedicated clients for WebSocket, GraphQL and REST APIs ✔ Ready to use code snippet for the web, Android, iOS, and other client lang. ✔ Send Headers, QueryParams, and config with ease for all clients. ✔ Save one time then share and access all time all the requests. ✔ DevTools for extra utilities like JSON converter and Markdown Editor Contact: [email protected] Keywords : API Testing, GraphQL Playground, REST Client, GraphQL Client, SocketIO Testing, SocketIO debugging, WebSocket Testing, WebSocket debugging, Pusher debugging, Pusher Testing, socket.io test
- (2020-01-15) Hoang Tran: good tool for test websocket client
- (2019-12-09) Vishal K: I have been using firecamp for quite sometime now and I find it an easy to use, developer friendly, a perfect package of socket io, API and GraphQL testing. I definitely recommend to use it.
- (2019-11-20) Amina Odzak: simple and easy!
- (2019-11-06) Antoine Pous: Can't use it without socket.io. Really not usefull when you need a testing tool for any other implementation...
- (2019-10-23) Hiển Lê Hồng: This is so cool extension. Very fast, convinience and helpful.
- (2019-10-06) Hex boY: This is very helpful tool for websocket testing.
- (2019-09-29) Mohamed Amine BENHALIMA: I use it like a Postman for websocket : excellent tool code generation is a great asset, I do Flutter and this tool generates Dart, so it's perfect for me.
- (2019-09-18) Jacob Chong Yew Hong: Very helpful and the support is on live chat ready to help you out. Thank you once again.
- (2019-08-09) Tobin Chew: By far the best websocket testing tool I've seen. Combining with GraphQL, it's ideal. Sadly no REST yet but Postman has been pretty good for that. It's been super stable when testing against my in-progress applications. Definitely a go to testing service now, once REST is added I suspect I would be using this over postman.
- (2019-07-26) yue wang: 很棒啊，调试socketio很方便
- (2019-07-23) Mohammad Tahsin: best tool for Socket.io type tech testing. waiting for desktop release
- (2019-06-21) Vĩnh Thái: Great tool
- (2019-06-11) 孙晖: cool, best ws client!
- (2019-05-27) Aparajita Fishman: By far the best WebSocket tester I could find.
- (2019-05-22) Chuck Norris: Its just one thing, please include the ability to also add header (like in socket.io) in the normal websocket tab.
- (2019-05-03) Sm03le Br00t: Not only does it look clean and easy to use, no its elegance and feature richness are helping me as a unexperienced programmer to develop my applications faster and better. I can also recommand the support. Iexpected to wait about 2 hours but *bling* and Nishchit was there. Props to this dude because he didn't only help me with the tool, he also helped me on my project a little. As of right now this tool is worthy a try and you will see, its not gonna dissapear from your toolbar!
- (2019-04-15) Андрей Хливнюк: Нечто непохожее на другие инструменты. Хорошо справляется со своей задачей, добротно выглядит
- (2019-04-03) Ken Ahn: it's very good tool for debug or develop websocket application
- (2019-03-11) Rafał Krzysztofiak: Best Socket App
- (2019-03-07) Dhruvil Kotak: It works very well for me. Hoping to get a new firebase supporting version.
- (2019-03-01) Qicong Chen: Very helpful
- (2019-02-25) Easily the best Chrome extension for testing Websocket connections! I've tried several of the others, and this one not only works as expected, but is polished to boot!
- (2019-02-23) thang nguyen: Good tool
- (2019-02-15) Martti D: Just tested it with my socket.io app and it works perfectly, this gave me a new idea on how can I further improve my app! Thanks!
- (2019-01-24) Emily K: I've been looking for something exactly like this for ages. Love it. Excited for Firebase hookups in the future!
- (2019-09-15, v:0.5.7) Nicholas Orr: it won't accept what i type for names
create a project create a request nothing i type works - red box use the start page to create a MD save it, won't accept any name I type...
- (2019-08-18, v:0.5.5) Diky Pratansyah: Collaborative
Is there any way to share the project that I have saved in firecamp?
- (2019-07-24, v:0.5.5) Vikas Deshpande: Can firecamp be run through command line?
Hi there, I am trying to use firecamp to test web socket requests and was wondering if it could be run through command line? My end goal is to put these on Jenkins for which I'd have to run these through command line. Regards, Vikas
- (2019-06-14, v:0.3.1) Mike Wieczorek: Errors
I try and connect, and it says "ws connection - error occurred". It would be nice to see exactly what the error is. Sometimes, developers like descriptive errors so they know what the problems are and can fix them.
- (2019-01-04, v:0.0.19) Jordin Gardner: Editing listener callbacks and acknowledgement functions
It's handy to be able to see the code that's going on behind the scenes, but I can't figure out how I'm supposed to add code to the listener functions or to the empty acknowledgement function that is passed to emit events. Is this supported?