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JWT.IO Devs - can you make available a query string so we can send a JWT as part of the page request?


#1

Hi jwt.io developers,

Can you add a query string capability to jwt.io so we can directly send a jwt and have it displayed when we open the page? Something like:
https://jwt.io/?jwt=eyJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJzdWIiOiJqd3QuaW8gZW5oYW5jZW1lbnQiLCJhdWQiOiJqd3QuaW8gZGV2ZWxvcGVycyIsImlkZWEiOiJnb29kIG9uZSEiLCJwcmlvcml0eSI6Im11c3QgZG8gaXQgbm93ISJ9.NRYWjZ4waw4drmRnzuYjZb5Sw25Q3iLeB7k1Y5Y0VlB3fI9jRtsM_YQo9pAd7SfxYsP2u3wNQpTsq-BQ69CI7wwMD6O67KHhy9UpLXSqRsnznLKy9lzmq6IL1xo3Q-BOcsVpTJoH6gJCQHn8Vby_qK6KtyVfpVgAV6sXEtvjSGY

What do you think? I want to include this in some test harnesses I am making, makes it quicker to debug!

Cheers,
Anton.


#2

This does exist. jwt.io is expecting parameters that conform with the OIDC Implicit Authentication response format so you should use the parameter token, access_token, or id_token and the value will automatically be inserted into the tool.