Open-source alternative to Proxyman

Proxyman is a high-performance web debugging proxy on macOS that allows users to view and manipulate HTTP/HTTPS requests. It provides a robust set of features, including the ability to intercept and edit requests, replay requests, and map local files to a server, making it a comprehensive tool for web development and debugging.

On the other hand, Requestly is an open source tool available as both browser extension and desktop app. It allows users to set up rules for modifying URLs, injecting scripts, and redirecting requests. It also provides a broad range of functionalities, including the ability to manipulate both request and response data, debug mobile apps, mock API endpoints, and record sessions making it a versatile tool for front-end developers.

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Comparing Requestly vs Proxyman

Requestly is an open-source alternative to Proxyman that is available in Mac,
Windows, and Linux platforms



Team Collaboration

Mock Server

Browser Extension

Desktop App

Android & iOS Debugger

Map Local

Session Recording

No performance impact

Requestly is lightweight and doesn’t slow down your browsing experience. Our efficient implementation ensures that Requestly won’t drain your system’s energy and memory.

Active Support

We take pride in providing top-notch support to our users and helping them debug web applications faster. In fact, over 20% of our reviews mention our active support team!

Effortlessly collaborate

Collaborate with your teammates on Requestly rules to speed up debugging experience. Plus, the rules sync across devices so you can easily access all your rules from multiple machines.

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