📄️ Inspect HTTP requests
Beeceptor enables you to collect, parse, and view HTTP requests. You can create named endpoints and send requests. Use the endpoint's dashboard to inspect headers, request body, query strings, cookies, uploaded files and much more. The dashboard is a real-time log of the requests as they come in.
📄️ Mock Server and Routes
Beeceptor is a powerful mock server that enables you to create mock APIs without any coding. It offers a seamless no-code solution, allowing you to quickly and easily create a sub-domain dedicated as your API endpoint.
📄️ Proxying & Intercepting
Beeceptor is a powerful MITM proxy (man-in-the-middle) that can take your API integration and testing to the next level. Assume that you are using a 3rd party API. By wrapping this API endpoint with Beeceptor's sub-domain, you gain full control over the traffic passing through it. This enables you to easily inspect and mock all requests, giving you unprecedented flexibility in testing and debugging these API integrations.
📄️ Local Tunneling
Local Tunneling is a great way to bind a web service running on your localhost to a public endpoint. This is mainly useful when you want to expose the service running on your development machine to a dependent team member (like UI developers). In addition, this is quite helpful when you are developing a callback or a webhook to receive notifications from external services.
📄️ Templating in Response Body
Beeceptor takes advantage of the powerful Handlebars templating engine to provide dynamic mocked responses. This allows mocking rules to leverage attributes from the request payload and query parameters to generate responses that are tailored to the specific needs of the request, hence giving a personalized response to each request.
📄️ Generate Fake Data
Imagine that you want to prototype an app with realistic-looking data, but the backend APIs are not there yet. That's where Beeceptor comes in. With Beeceptor, you have access to a powerful template engine that uses Handlebars' syntax. You can easily generate fake data that looks and feels realistic, without the hassle of dealing with messy code.
📄️ Open API Specification
The OpenAPI Specification (OAS) is a language-agnostic specification that describes API definitions.
📄️ Request History
Beeceptor offers a search functionality that allows you to quickly and easily find specific requests based on their request path or response status code. The search also includes facets that help you narrow down search results to a particular request.
📄️ White Labeled Endpoints
Domain white label is a configuration where you can bring your own domain and hide the Beeceptor's endpoint. This is quite useful when you are giving a prototype demo and would like to completely hide Beeceptor identity.
📄️ Sharing Endpoint
Beeceptor offers a convenient way for you to manage your endpoints by inviting team members to collaborate with you. Once your team members have access to the endpoint, they will be able to use all of the platform's features, including accessing the dashboard, intercepting requests, creating or modifying mocking rules, and viewing request history. There are no limits to the number of users you can invite, so you can easily work together with your team members to streamline your workflow and improve productivity.