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Chrome web inspector CURL commands.

So I've been playing around with Chrome's Web Inspector while trying to figure out some REST request URL's & parameters and find out a pretty cool piece of functionality.

You can copy the cURL representation of a RESTful request and get the full cURL command needed to re-create the request.

If you go into the Network tab of the inspector and then right-click a request, you'll find the commands to replicate that request almost exactly using cURL.

I've find this great while debugging an API system so that I could make sure I'm using the correct URLs for requests.

Chrome web inspector CURL commands.
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