this post was one of the two that were listed regarding SOAPI.

For a full overview of the SOAPI eco-system see What is SOAPI and why should I care?

For a more robust API discovery tool hosted in Silverlight see Soapi.Explore (silverlight)

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SOAPI-EXPLORE (Dead site) is a single page JavaScript application that downloads the latest API spec (Dead site) and dynamically generates a test harness for each route.

All parameters are documented, and as much as is practical, are validated and/or assisted with appropriate input elements.

SOAPI-EXPLORE (Dead site) is always up-to-date and in sync with the API.


Right-click SOAPI-EXPLORE (Dead site), select 'save target as...'. All done.


SOAPI-EXPLORE (Dead site) is powered by SOAPI-WATCH and is similarly licensed under GPL v2 and MIT licenses.


Comments, suggestions, complaints, praise and adulation can be registered here or via email to [email protected].

Keep an eye on http://soapi.info/ for all things SOAPI. ;-)

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    You should break this post out into two separate ones, one for the [app] and one for the [library]. Commented Jun 8, 2010 at 9:30
  • Thanks for creating the QUnit tests - it helped me discover that my app was not the problem - but rather the trouble was with the API server. Commented Jun 15, 2010 at 7:01
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    All the links to soapi.info are dead and the site has no DNS entry. Commented Dec 24, 2012 at 13:30
  • 1
    'Google Chrome can't find soapi.info'...
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    Commented Feb 7, 2013 at 11:48


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