XML-RPC Client For Mac Publisher's description
from Todd Ditchendorf
My first Cocoa AppвЂ¦
вЂ¦built using AppleScript Studio is an unambitious but useful graphical XML-RPC client/debugger. The entire app is written in exactly 78 lines of AppleScript code. If thatвЂ™s not RAD developmentвЂ¦
ItвЂ™s not muchвЂ¦ it lacks polish, and itвЂ™s not very full-featured. But somebody out there might find it midly usefull. Basically, the suitably-named вЂњXML-RPC ClientвЂќ allows you to point at an arbitrary XML-RPC service URL available on the network, specify a method and (limited) parameters, and view the response in a readable display. ItвЂ™s pretty much meant to be used as a handy, graphical debugger for developers setting up or accessing XML-RPC services. I kinda needed something like this at work, and was tired of using the command line for something for which there should be a nice little graphical tool.
Usage is easyвЂ¦ type the URL of the web service you wish to access in the first field (e.g. http://superhonker.userland.com/rpc2. Type the method name into the second field (e.g. examples.getStateName). Type the parameters in literal pseudo-code in the third field (e.g. 18). As far as the parameters go, strings will generally be recognized as strings, ints as ints, reals as doubles, and true and false as bools. Pretty straight-forward. For example, the parameters tod,27,true,2.3 would automatically be recognized as being of type string, int, boolean, and double. You can optionally enclose strings in quotes, but it will make no difference.
What's New in This Release:В· Now a Universal Binary.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall