With a UI optimized for both Tablets and Smartphones, ease of usability was the main design concern.
- GET & POST Requests.
- Ability to select most common content types (application/json, application/xml, etc.)
- Ability to add headers to request.
- Ability to send text based content or add parameters for x-www-form-urlencoded requests.
- Ability to view response content.
- Requests are saved to local history.
- Ability to view Response Code, Date, Content Length and Elapsed Time (In history).
- Ability to select a saved request in order to review or re-execute.
Currently only fully trusted certificates are usable when connecting via HTTPS. Self-signed certificates will not work. (Ability to work with self-signed certificates will be added in subsequent release).
Headers received in the response are not currently viewable. (Will be added in next release).
- Full Internet Access: Ability to send requests (duh!).
- View Network State: Check whether a valid connection method is available.
If you have any questions, issues or want to suggest future functionalities, please use the ‘Email Developer’ link or send email to email@example.com .
So, this application:
* a big button to open the URL
* you can define any URL
* the URL is opened only after explicit button press
* the URL is not reloaded when you come back to the application
* the URL content (HTML page) is displayed in WebView
* SSL errors are ignored
* Basic HTTP auth can be used
* scan QR code for long URLs
With this app you can open links to facebook.com from email, chat or any other application in Facebook native app.
HTTP → FB converts those links to fb:// url scheme using Facebook API when necessary.
HTTP to FB acts as web browser (only for facebook.com urls) and you can set it as default browser for those links.
Works with links to:
- Pages / Places
- Redirect links inside Facebook app (so you can e.g. open YouTube videos in YouTube native app)
Doesn't work with links to:
- Posts (links works, but content is never loaded so I disabled this by default)
- Videos (this one is kind of possible but you would have to authenticate with your account and I could only give you a link to the source quality (e.g. 720p), let me know if this functionality would be useful)
- links like facebook.com/ProfileName/photos will always open that profile/page.
INTERNET - For Facebook API, some links (like profile/page names) have to be converted to IDs.
Useful for API testing.
Just type your parameters and click the HTTP method you need (POST, GET, HEAD, OPTIONS).
- At the moment, only basic features are available.
- A list of URLs can be loaded from a text file if you have a file manager app installed.
This app does not create an icon on you app list. To use it, you should go to the "Share" menu of the Gallery or a file manager or your phone book.
Finally a simple way to transfer files and folders and contacts on your Android with any phone, computer or tablet!
Just choose a photo or video from your gallery, a file from a file manager, or some contact from your address book, click on "options", "share" and "Share via HTTP"
This program will open an HTTP server in which anyone can download the file.
The link will always be your phone's IP address on port 9999. Example: http://10.1.1.100:9999/
If you choose just one file, the link will redirect the file itself. If you choose many files, a ZIP containing all the chosen files will be generated on the fly. That means you will not have to wait nor space on you device will be used. If you share a contact, a vCard will be generated on the fly.
After sharing a file though any program, you can later click on "Share Containing Folder" to share the whole folder in which the file is located.
It is of course possible to have multiple users downloading at the same time!
If you have a Barcode Scanner, a QR CODE of the URL will be generated.
This app does not create an icon on you app list. It is only available thought the Share menu of the Gallery or any file manager.
This app is open source. Grab the source and the APK at https://code.google.com/p/share-via-http/
It is by the way possible to share APPs with this software if used together with AppSender ( https://market.android.com/details?id=com.genmy5han.appsender )
It can display the HTTP request header of your browsers without Wi-Fi or 3G connection.
Sometimes, when we are in the development, we need to know the HTTP request header sent by the browsers, just like User-Agent or Accept-Encoding or so on, but it's hard for us to get them by Android device without Wi-Fi or 3G connection.
With this app, you can get the HTTP request header easily.
Now it can verify whether the browser supports NTLM authentication.
How to use it
1. Specify your host and port(Optional).
2. Click "Start web server" button.
3. Click "Launch browser" button.
4. Select the browser that you want to test(Optional).
5. Browser will display its HTTP request header.
>> Bugs or Requirements
If you find some bugs or you need some features, please send email to me: firstname.lastname@example.org, thanks!
What is the use of HTTP 418 (I'm a Teapot).
Also, what HTTP response do I want to give a client when it successfully requested something? Of course, HTTP 200 (OK).
These and all other questions you might have will be answered with this application.
View response headers, raw, and rendered content
Save common requests for easy reuse without re-entering the information.
20/6/2010 - Bug fixes and save details to sdcard added
Http Sender is a simple application that works like a fake client. It allows users sending Http requests using a Get or a Post request including an arbitrary number of attributes.
User can also decide whether using Json Encoding or not to encapsulate data.
THIS APP DOES NOT HELP CIRCUMVENT COUNTRY FIREWALLS.
This app allows you to use your phones data connection on another computer connected to your phone.
The fastest and most stable HTTP and HTTPS proxy available on the Android market. ROOT not required.
This application uses JADS Web Traffic Manager (WTM) to proxy requests arriving on port 8080 to the Internet using the device's Internet connection. Both HTTP and HTTPS (SSL) are supported.
To access the Internet on a computer through this proxy, a USB cable must be connected and the Android SDK must be installed and configured.
This app differs from JADS Internet Sharer in that it has a much more recent version of the WTM core, supports HTTPS but does not include SOCKS support. If a SOCKS proxy is required please use JADS Internet Sharer.
Runs as a service. Load App to enable / disable.
Includes counters for bytes sent and received through proxy.
***A MUST HAVE TOOL ***
Pro HTTP Tool allows you to create custom HTTP requests, including GET and POST requests with custom HTTP headers and POST parameters! Easily view the server responses for all your requests.
Pro HTTP Tool uses POST and GET requests for easy:
-Web app testing
-Web security testing
-Experimentation with HTTP methods
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Maybe you like to create your own website with a travel-log. Point this app to a skript on your server to add a new position-entry. You can configure this app to wait until the gps-accuracy is good enough, then call the url and exits.
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Simple tool to log in to UCSB Wireless Web without entering your credentials every time.
This quick-and-dirty app is not meant to compete with polished apps like Gaucho WiFi or UCSB WiFi Roaming .. I wrote it just for myself at first, with hardcoded credentials and minimal UI. My friend saw me use it and wanted it too, and did not trust his credentials to a dev he did not know, so I decided to add a quick login process and publish the app. The UI is not too impressive or intuitive but functionality is there.
PhoneGap was used as I am mainly a web dev, also because you can easily port the code to other mobile platforms. Contact me if interested.
* This app is neither endorsed nor sponsored by UCSB.