What is Paw?
Paw is a full-featured and beautifully designed Mac app that makes interaction with REST services delightful. Either you are an API maker or consumer, Paw helps you build HTTP requests, inspect the server's response and even generate client code.
Paw is a tool in the API Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Paw?
34 companies reportedly use Paw in their tech stacks, including Fundamentei, Swat.io, and TransferGo.
162 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Paw.
Pros of Paw
Easy to use
More stable and performant than the others
Saves endpoints list for testing
Supports environment variables
Multi-Dimension Environment Settings
Paste curl commands into Paw
Creates code for any language or framework
- Organize your Requests, make Groups or sort by Host, Name, etc.
- Easily build your requests, enjoy Formatters and Dynamic Values.
- See Request and Response infos, headers, and body.
- View formatted or raw HTTP Requests and Responses.
- JSON Outline Viewer and Editor.
- Paw supports OAuth 1 & 2, HTTP Basic Auth and Amazon S3
- Paw generates ready-to-use client code
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