The Fiddler family of products continues to evolve. What started as a community web debugging proxy for Windows has expanded to the comprehensive product line of web debugging and support troubleshooting solutions.
Whether you are an engineer, support team agent, quality assurance analyst, or non-technical team member, the Fiddler ecosystem has a product that aligns with your needs.
Every Fiddler product is engineered to match unique requirements and deliver benefits, including time and cost savings, along with a host of others in between. While we work to provide even more value to you, here’s an FAQ resource the team put together based on community inquiries.
It does not. Your data is protected and remains with you. Fiddler will never store your data.
Fiddler Everywhere: Per seat, meaning one specifically named user for both monthly and annual subscriptions. Additional seats may be purchased on a per-user basis.
FiddlerCore: The license is per application, per year, and you may purchase either an internal use plan or commercial use plan.
You are encouraged to submit ideas and feature requests at the Fiddler Feedback Portal. You will receive updates on submissions along with the ability to cast your vote for upcoming product enhancements.
During your 30-day trial period for Fiddler Everywhere, you get access to all the same "always-on" online resources included with a licensed product.
Standard support is included with your Fiddler Jam trial.
Fiddler Everywhere is a more focused implementation of Fiddler Classic that provides access to modern and supercharged features. Fiddler Everywhere works across all platforms equally well: macOS, Linux, and Windows, whereas Fiddler Classic solely supports Windows. In addition, Fiddler Everywhere has an improved and highly intuitive user interface, enhance organizational tools, and more powerful mocking capabilities.If you have additional questions on the Fiddler family of products, we would like to hear from you. Email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org have your FAQ added to the blog. Your input is valuable and will help strengthen the community.
Eve is a Developer Advocate at Progress and is enthralled in everything to do with web debugging proxies. Soon, you will likely find her at UGs, Meetups, and tradeshows as you have in the past.
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