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Test Your Callbacks with API Tester from Rigor

I’m not entirely sure whether or not Runscope’s excellently useful Hurl.it is still operational, but if not, then Rigor has a great alternative lined up in the form of the aptly (but not quite as cleverly) named API Tester. Built… Continue Reading →

Test Your API by making HTTP requests from Hurl.it

Needless to say, services, or web API endpoints, is a must in this day and age of software development, and as such I find myself writing more and more of these for my various systems. Invariably, this means testing them… Continue Reading →

PHP and Google Charts: Using a POST request when a GET String is too Long

Google Charts is an extremely stable and reliable web-based charting engine that is perfect for dropping into any project where you quickly want to produce some high quality graphs for your end user.

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