Capture, analyze and debug all HTTP communications between the web browser on the client side and the web server on the other side. Internet software developers can use HTTP Debugger to analyze the communication between their programs and Internet.
Each HTTP transaction can be examined to see the HTTP header parameter values, cookies, query strings, error codes and etc. All captured network traffic can be saved either in RAW network format or decoded (how browsers see it) format.
HTTP Debugger works with all today's alternative browsers and their plugins, as well as with your own software. You can even monitor and debug ICQ, MSN, Yahoo Messenger and other popular Internet programs.
- Monitor and debug all outgoing HTTP requests from a browser (or any other selected program) and corresponding responses from a server.
- See the full header and content data of both: HTTP requests and responses.
- Catch when the browser performs automatic redirects.
- Capture requests from all of the installed plugins (Flash, ActiveX, etc.) in addition to requests sent by a browser directly. Analyze the same page in all modern browsers simultaneously.
- Measure the size and downloading time of your web pages to optimize the performance of your web site.
- The gzip and chunked encodings will be automatically processed by the program.
- View information supplied by each web browser or any program when you visit a site.
- Analyze how other sites work and how they implement certain features.
- Learn about how HTTP works (useful for programming and web design cases).