I’ve been using Postman for a while, as essentially a “standalone” tool for submitting REST service calls, either to a service running on a server, or on my desktop.
I recently heard about the “Postman Interceptor” thing in Chrome. I think, from what little I can find about this, that when I have this in place I can go to pages in Chrome, and that will save XHR request history in my native Postman instance, so I can then go to that tool and manually execute calls that appear in my history (perhaps with some copying from history to somewhere else).
The instructions I’ve found are a little vague, and sometimes don’t match what I see on the screen.
In Chrome, in the dev tools, I have the icon with the “Send XHR Requests …” tooltip. I have “Request Capture” turned on. I see a list of requests in the “last 10” list.
It’s my assumption at this point that I should be able to go to the native Postman app and see the details of these requests, including full url, headers, cookies, and request and response data. I do see a “History” tab, but the newest entries in that list are in the “Yesterday” list.
Am I missing something?