Fiddler Everywhere, our web debugging proxy tool for Mac, Windows and Linux, is out of beta. Inspect and debug HTTP(S) traffic from any browser. See what's new in version 1.0.
Over the last few months, we have been working hard to revamp the beloved Fiddler debugging tool and bring the power of debugging to all operating systems. After multiple beta releases and constant feedback from our power users, we are thrilled to announce that Fiddler Everywhere has officially left beta.
Fiddler Everywhere now allows you to quickly start/stop capturing traffic using a simple toggle switch. The improved Traffic Inspector will enable you to inspect requests and responses in different formats, including Headers, Text, Raw, JSON, and XML.
You can create collections of requests to help you group all the requests and keep them organized. The Collections feature allows you to open multiple requests and execute them. Furthermore, you can share your collections with your team members.
The AutoResponder feature has been updated and renamed to Rule Builder as of July 2021.
The revamped Auto Responder UI makes it simpler to create and apply rules while inspecting your web traffic. You can view the rules without having to collapse the sessions list. Additionally, you can export and share your Auto Responder rulesets with your team.
Fiddler Everywhere is designed to keep your team in mind. You can now seamlessly save sessions, comment, and share them with your team without manually export them. Each saved session opens as a new tab in the Sessions view so that you can debug these sessions independently. You can also share your Composer collections, enabling your team members to test and use your APIs.
To keep up with the growing product adoption, we are on an endeavor to grow an active community that would help of Fiddler Everywhere users spread globally in 90+ countries. None of what we have achieved so far would have been possible without the incredible feedback and support that we've received. If you'd like to contribute and be a part of the growing community, sign up here.
Update: Looking for news about the latest in Fiddler Everywhere? Check out this webinar that speaks about Fiddler Everywhere 1.0, and make sure to register.
Head over to the Fiddler Everywhere page to download a trial of the latest version and experience it yourself. Feel free to let us know your thoughts and feedback in the Fiddler Everywhere Forum. Follow us on Twitter to stay updated about Fiddler Everywhere.
Jonathan Pereira was a senior developer advocate at Progress.
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