vscode-restclient - REST Client Extension for Visual Studio Code

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REST Client allows you to send HTTP request and view the response in Visual Studio Code directly. Or, you can follow the standard RFC 2616 that including request method, headers, and body.

https://github.com/Huachao/vscode-restclient/blob/master/README.md
https://github.com/Huachao/vscode-restclient

Dependencies:

adal-node : ^0.1.26
applicationinsights : ^1.0.5
autolinker : ^1.4.0
clipboardy : ^1.2.3
code-highlight-linenums : ^0.2.1
combined-stream : ^1.0.5
elegant-spinner : ^1.0.1
encodeurl : ^1.0.1
filesize : ^3.3.0
fs-extra : ^5.0.0
highlight.js : ^9.6.0
http-proxy-agent : ^2.1.0
https-proxy-agent : ^2.2.1
httpsnippet : ^1.16.5
iconv-lite : ^0.4.15
js-beautify : ^1.7.5
jsonpath : ^1.0.0
mime-types : ^2.1.14
moment : ^2.20.1
pretty-data : ^0.40.0
request : ^2.81.0
tmp : ^0.0.31
tough-cookie-file-store-bugfix : Huachao/tough-cookie-file-store-bugfix
uuid : ^3.3.2
xmldom : ^0.1.27
xpath : 0.0.27
yargs : ^6.0.0

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