Introducing hurl.nvim - A New Neovim Plugin for HTTP Requests 🚀
Today, I'm thrilled to introduce a plugin I've been working on called
hurl.nvim. As a passionate Neovim user and developer, I wanted to create a tool that seamlessly integrates HTTP request handling into our favorite editor, and thus
hurl.nvim was born.
hurl.nvim is a Neovim plugin that allows you to execute HTTP requests directly from
.hurl files within Neovim. It's designed to make the API development process more efficient and pleasant, allowing you to see responses immediately without switching contexts.
.hurlfiles for quick HTTP requests.
👁️ Multiple display modes: choose between popup and split views for API responses.
🌈 Fully customizable: set up your environment with a
vars.envfile and customize the output with different formatters for JSON, HTML, etc.
I've made sure to include extensive customization options, so you can tailor the plugin to your workflow. Whether you prefer your responses in a split pane or a floating window,
hurl.nvim has got you covered.
Here's how it looks in action:
To get started, you can check out the hurl.nvim README for installation instructions and documentation.
Try it out, and let me know what you think!
If you have any suggestions or want to contribute, don't hesitate to send a PR or open an issue on GitHub.