Protocol is a command line tool used for sending HTTP/HTTPS requests and receiving responses. It is commonly used for testing web services and APIs. The tool supports various protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP/2, WebSocket, and more. It is designed to be simple and lightweight, making it easy to use and efficient.
Protocol allows users to send different types of requests including GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, and PATCH. Users can also set request headers, parameters, and data with ease. The tool provides options to set timeout values, follow redirects, and handle cookies.
With Protocol, users can inspect the response headers and content, making it useful for debugging and troubleshooting. It supports both JSON and form data formats for request payloads. The tool also enables users to save responses to files for further analysis.
Protocol has a built-in interactive mode, allowing users to easily experiment with request configurations and make multiple requests without exiting the tool. It also supports scripting through its command line interface, making it customizable and suitable for automation.
Overall, Protocol is a versatile and powerful command line tool for testing and interacting with web services and APIs.
List of commands for protocol:
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