Built to support the modern application development lifecycle, Runscope is a suite of developer tools allowing users to debug, test and share HTTP or REST API calls. The Runscope API provides developers with programmatic access to data in their Runscope accounts.
The API accepts requests sent over HTTPS, returns JSON formatted data, and supports OAuth2 authentication.
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The Runscope .NET SDK by Darrel Miller allows interaction with the API for testing and monitoring purposes. Example reference shows how to run the HTTP handler. Installation included. Requirements to work with the SDK include a free Runscope account, URLs for requests, and a portable library.
The Runscope iOS SDK by Hung Truong enables interaction to test and monitor APIs. Usage demonstrates how to run request files in the Xcode project. Authentication with token available that aims to aggregate an HTTP header to a request.
The Runscope Python SDK by Runscope allows interaction to test and monitor APIs. Resources include pip installation and an example that shows how to run the adapter, how to access with Token, and how to work with the API session. Authored by John Sheehan.