Self Host Mozilla Add-on

Once you have developed a Mozilla addon, you will try to take the next step to distribute it to wider audience. There are two ways you can distribute your addon. Submitting to AMO (Listed version) Self Hosting addon (Unlisted version) Submitting to AMO provides you a listed version of your Read more…

Deactivate Requestly Feature

You can Activate/Deactivate requestly with your right click on requestly icon present on Chrome toolbar. If you deactivate Requestly, your rules won’t be affected but they won’t be executed anymore. Similarly, When you activate Requestly, your active rules will get starting to execute. How to use You can use Right click on Read more…

Requestly Release Process

This article (including all other articles under `Developers` category) are meant for Requestly development team only. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to suggest. Steps Checkout master branch and fetch latest code git checkout master && git pull origin master Build all the components so that their dist reaches Read more…

Requestly Rule Operators

When you create a modification rule, you will find the following operators – Equals, Contains, Matches (Regex), Matches (Wildcard). In this article, we explain these operators and use cases. Equals Operator Equals operator does strict matching of Url intercepted by Chrome with the Url given in rule. Please note that Read more…