• .NET Testing & ALM

    Configuring Firefox for Fiddler

    Mozilla Firefox is unlike most Windows browsers in that it does not use the system’s proxy and certificate settings by default. That means that Firefox may require some additional configuration to work properly with Fiddler.To get Firefox running with Fiddler, you need to:Configure Firefox to proxy its traffic to Fiddler.Configure Firefox to trust Fiddler’s root certificate.Fortunately, both of these are simple tasks.Configuring the ProxyFirefox’s proxy settings are found by opening its Tools menu, clicking the Options item, and opening the Advanced settings. Select the Network tab. At the top of the tab, click the ...
  • .NET

    Configuring Firefox for Fiddler

    Mozilla Firefox is unlike most Windows browsers in that it does not use the system’s proxy and certificate settings by default. That means that Firefox may require some additional configuration to work properly with Fiddler...
  • .NET

    Help! Running Fiddler Fixes My App???

    Over the years, the most interesting class of support requests for Fiddler are of the form: “My application or website is failing, but when I try to capture a repro with Fiddler, the problem goes away completely! How is Fiddler fixing it?”
    February 28, 2013
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    Testing HTML5 AppCache with Fiddler

    A few weeks back, Jonathan Sampson noted that testing the HTML5 AppCache feature is a bit of a pain. One reason is that, in IE10, putting the browser into Work Offline mode is ineffective—the browser will detect that a network connection is available and exit the Work Offline mode automatically.
    February 15, 2013