Klaus Breyer Tech Leadership, Product Delivery & Startup Strategy.

All The Requests

Out of my daily work during testing callbacks locally, I have created and released a new open-source project called All The Requests. A simple HTTP server (built in Go) logs every incoming request. This tool captures details like timestamps, paths, headers, and payloads, making it great for debugging callbacks and webhooks.


Why Use It?

  • Comprehensive Logging: It logs request paths, headers, and bodies.
  • Timestamping: Each request log includes a timestamp.
  • Customizable Ports: You can set the port via command-line arguments.

Example Usage

Start the server on port 9090:

./all-the-requests -port=9090

The server output:

Starting server on :9090
Server is ready to handle requests and display all details.

Send a POST request:

curl -X POST http://localhost:9090 -d "test payload" -H "Content-Type: text/plain"

Logged request details:

Timestamp: 2024-06-11T13:52:33+02:00
Method: POST
Path: /
  User-Agent: curl/8.6.0
  Accept: */*
  Content-Type: text/plain
  Content-Length: 12
Payload: test payload

For technical details, downloads, and getting started instructions, visit the GitHub repository.