Learn everything about interacting with HTTP & REST APIs with Paw. We have covered the most common use cases, but if you struggle with something in particular, we’re always happy to help.
Get familiar with the UI and build your first requests with Paw.
Manage your user account
Manage your licenses
Migrate to Paw
Migrate your requests from another HTTP client or import API definitions.
Migrate from another HTTP client
Import requests and API definitions
Paw for Teams
Work with your team members on the same project and sync your changes.
Quickly authenticate against the services you’re using. We have detailed the most common auth methods, but Paw can support custom schemes as well.
Cookies & Sessions
Keep multiple server sessions alive and switch between them, or manually
manage the cookies you want to send.
Set independent environments to quickly switch servers, user accounts, client credentials or anything that can vary.
Settings and Preferences
Adjust Paw settings to your needs: set a proxy, custom response formats, HTTP libraries and more.
Get the most of Paw
These steps are leading you through some of the many advanced features of Paw. Some others are not yet documented, feel free to contact us to request a new article.
Dynamic values let you retrieve from previous responses, implement custom authentication mechanism, and more.
Dynamic values tutorials
Dynamic Values Reference
Export your projects from Paw into common API formats.
How to keep secure private credentials.
Discover APIs with Paw
Paw is a great way to play with other APIs and see how they work before implementing
Examples of APIs
Explore new APIs
Share your request/response exchanges from Paw, create Pawprints from the command line or directly with the API and embed them in your own website.
Create your own extensions for Paw: code generators, dynamic values and importers.
Follow the tutorials below and browser the API Reference.
even more inside your requests via snippets (aka. custom dynamic value).