Nice job making it open source, but as a service it already exists: http://requestb.in/
Imed Bounab
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Indeed. Had we known about http://requestb.in/ before creating URI:teller we probably wouldn’t have created URI:teller in the first place. It was a great learning experience though, so no regrets there!

RequestBin seems to open source too, which is really cool. It’s also a much better choice for many scenarios, for example when you want to examine full request headers. URI:teller is more geared towards finding out where the connection came from.

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