Posts Tagged ‘Fiddler’

Fiddling with Fiddler – debugging REST services on your machine


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Fiddler is a “Web debugging proxy” that comes in very handy when you are developing REST services. It logs all http(s) traffic between your machine and internet. It can also log the http(s) traffic on your machine, between e.g. your browser and the web server that you use when you test your REST services. Using this tool you can inspect all http(s) traffic and also build and execute your own requests, based upon a previously made request or from scratch.
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