Release Notes: This is a stabilization of the 3.2 series with various bugfixes. HTML indentation support has been added.
Release Notes: The release has two bug fixes: one affecting proxy users in the CLI tool wherein the proxy configuration was not taken into effect, and the other affecting people working on IDN URLs where the IDN URLs were corrupted when RESTClient was restarted. Groovy Test Scripts can now have supporting external Jars.
Release Notes: This release adds Web browser-like support for history and Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) support. The address bar URL history is now maintained across application runs.
Release Notes: Multi-part request body support has been added. Copying cookie name-value pairs in response header has been added. URL request body support. A new tool is accessible from the menu for URL encoding / decoding.
Release Notes: Support for binary body (both in request and response) added. Support for sending cookies. NTLM and OAuth2 Bearer authentication support has been added. PATCH HTTP method support has been added. DELETE now supports body.
Release Notes: SSL enhancements: support for SSL self-signed cert APIs and TLS mutual authentication. Open recent files added to the menu. Minor bugfixes and code enhancements.
Release Notes: This release enhances Mac support, makes pressing the Enter key in the address bar trigger a request, makes Ctrl + L or Cmd +L brings focus to the address bar, completely selects the address bar text when focus is gained, allows redirects to be turned off (option available in the Etc. panel in Request), upgrades the dependency libraries to the latest versions, and adds other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Charset based problems regarding failure to display when the Content-Type header was not being set in the response header have been fixed. The Hostname Verifier was not working in some cases, and is now fixed.
Release Notes: This is an internal code-optimization release. The issue of headers and parameters not accepting identical keys was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixed a problem where only UTF-8 encoded response bodies were accepted.