Let's you transform input data with jq and redirect the webhook to another endpoint. Kind of make-your-own Zapier.
Also featuring replays.
The problem is that it is only good if you happen to know jq. If you know a lot of jq you can do a lot of interesting things.
Unaffiliated, just used recently and am big fan!
I really like Ngrok because it also comes with a light-weight web client that lets you see requests and replay them. Replaying especially is huge for me when doing testing.
https://tailtub.com/ is a similar project I've been moonlighting on. It's a go binary and it's like Requestb.in but for stdin.
I wanted something where I didn't have to use a UI to start a stream. Your project and others like this I think are especially useful for giving API consumers more insight on what's happening to a resource after a record is queued (say after a HTTP 201).
Looking at this thread there seems like a lot of similar (and better) tools so maybe I didn't look hard enough before deciding to hack something together :)
Some other headers are not coming through, e.g. `te: gzip, deflate`
Otherwise, trying to use HTTPS instead of HTTP takes me to "Simon’s Filedump"
When you make a request with a non-supported HTTP verb, you get the full Laravel error message back instead of just an empty 405.
Are you disallowing verbs on purpose?
Or use http://blog.runscope.com/posts/monitor-your-webhook-workflow...