Chrome Feature: Copy as cURL

cURL has been for many years my quick solution to various problems. Google Chrome (I think it was the first one) has just added a feature called Copy as cURL, this function returns something “beautiful”, the command line cURL for each HTTP request that the browser runs. This feature is easily accessible from the console development tools Google Chrome (see figures below). This feature I find really convenient, especially when you need to build a script that needs access to such data exposed by a service (eg REST)​​.

Good cURL at all.

Figure 1 - HTTP Request
Figure 1 – HTTP Request
Figure 2 - HTTP Request Content
Figure 2 – HTTP Request Content
Figure 3 - Copy HTTP Request as cURL
Figure 3 – Copy HTTP Request as cURL

Antonio Musarra

I began my journey into the world of computing from an Olivetti M24 PC (http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olivetti_M24) bought by my father for his work. Day after day, quickly taking control until … Now doing business consulting for projects in the enterprise application development using web-oriented technologies such as J2EE, Web Services, ESB, TIBCO, PHP.

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