My previous company was testing only GET calls. Now I need to practice with other type of calls (POST, PUT, DELETE).

I can not find any site that is free for POST API calls, and that it have up to date documentation with the API explanations.

I have tried with google maps (they are not allowing free authorization any more), Jira change authentication process to OAUTH2 and not provided the best documentation for resolving it, this site https://reqres.in/ you can do the post, and get some response, but when you try to GET call for same data that you posted, it is empty.

I fill like I do not have appropriate playground. Any help would be great.

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it have many collections and examples, you can create a account and fork it and use.

or create your own mock server here and learn:


  • Thank you for the link it seems that there are so much public API-s, some of them must work. :-)
    – Gaj Julije
    Commented Mar 17, 2021 at 19:13
  • mocklab is very helpful, thanks Commented Jun 25, 2022 at 8:28

As this answer on Stackoverflow states.

https://httpbin.org/ allows you to echo back your request, to see that it does what you expect.

this is the list of services

It echoes the data used in your request for any of these types:

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    Httpbin site provides also docker image to setup same Service locally.
    – dzieciou
    Commented Jan 1, 2023 at 10:19
  • I've chosen jsonplaceholder.typicode.com , is still working and lets you to test both GET and POST, thanks for the help
    – Don Diego
    Commented Jun 13, 2023 at 13:32



Free fake API for testing and prototyping. Powered by JSON Server + LowDB

As of Dec 2020, serving ~1.8 billion requests each month.


Here is a good website for that: https://restful-api.dev/

You can send POST, PUT, DELETE, etc. They actually store the data which you create via POST. So, if you create an object using POST, you can access it via GET after that. You can also do the same if you want to GET multiple objects at once

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