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I made something! Introducing Nightingale, a fast and resource-efficient REST client

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REST clients today can use upwards to 1000MB of memory. This leads to a poor experience for people who don't have access to high powered machines, such as junior indie developers who are just jumping in to the world of software development. So I built a REST client that uses ~60MB.

Introducing Nightingale, a fast and resource efficient REST client for Windows 10.

Let me know what you think! Looking forward to your feedback πŸ™πŸ½

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Looks great from the screenshots! Is this a UWP app or Electron? It would be nice to try it on Mac.

 

Thanks! It was written with UWP. I would love to bring it to Mac, but I can't afford one 😒

 

Can you download it without using windows store?

 
 
 

Thanks! I used UWP xaml to build the UI. It was surprisingly easy to use but super powerful and fast. Also, I used a few open source controls from this and this this

 
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