Fiddler Web Debugger

Fiddler is a web debugging tool which is owned, developed, and distributed by Eric Lawrence.

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  • Blog Post: My book “Debugging with Fiddler”, is now available

    I’m delighted to announce that my new full-length book on Fiddler is now available. Weighing in at 330 pages, it covers every feature in Fiddler, and provides the most comprehensive available documentation of how to develop Fiddler extensions (including Inspectors, Transcoders, and IFiddlerExtensions...
  • Blog Post: Sneak Peek at Table of Contents for the Upcoming Fiddler Book

    Table of Contents Acknowledgements............................................................................................................................................................ iii Table of Contents..................................................................................
  • Blog Post: News on Fiddler Surveys and Telemetry

    For this morning’s post, I wanted to give everyone a quick picture of some of the data I've collected about Fiddler usage, how I plan to respond, and how I will continue to learn more. I’ve recently had the chance to run some surveys and spend some time with developers who are using Fiddler...
  • Blog Post: New Features in FiddlerCore 2.2.9.9

    Version 2.2.9.9 of the FiddlerCore .NET class library has been released . This new version includes a number of new features that make FiddlerCore more useful for a variety of traffic monitoring and capture scenarios. With the exception of the final improvement (Server Read Callback), all of these improvements...
  • Blog Post: Fiddler’s New Import and Export Architecture

    All versions of Fiddler support a rich extensibility model that enables developers to enhance Fiddler with new functionality useful for traffic inspection, analysis, and sharing. However, writing extensions that import traffic captured by other tools was difficult, and extensions that offered traffic...
  • Blog Post: FiddlerCore and the .NET Client Profile

    As the .NET Framework grew in size from version to version, there was an increase in the clamor for a smaller version of the Framework. The idea was that this smaller version would be quicker to download and install, with the tradeoff that it would support only client applications, leaving out the assemblies...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Fiddler 2.2.9

    The Beta version of Fiddler 2.2.9 is now available for download . The update notification 's changelist hits the highlights, but there's a ton of new goodies in the new version which I'll be talking about over the next week or so. Beyond a huge crop of architectural and performance improvements, there...
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