HTTP Request Logging Tools facilitate logging HTTP traffic. They are useful if you want to perform debugging on your web service. Analyzo has listed the best HTTP Request Logging tools that you can choose from based on your requirements.
Hurl.it makes HTTP requests and allows you to choose the request method, add basic authorization or OAuth credentials, customize headers and POST parameters, and even follow redirects. It then produces the output in a nicely formatted and readable format. It is as easy and simple to use this tool as just entering the URL and clicking send.
Request Maker is an easy and simple to use tool that makes requests to external sources and outputs the body & headers received in response for you. It makes the process of testing your web services/sites easy and intuitive. The output generated is easy to understand and comprehend which saves time allowing your team to focus on other important tasks.
PostCatcher allows you to debug webhooks by capturing and logging the asynchronous requests made when events happen. You just have to create a PostCatcher, register your URL with WebHook and you’re all set to go. It allows you to share your PostCatcher with your co-workers, gist it or forward it to another URL. If you login with your GitHub account, you can keep all your PostCatchers in one place.