Support & Learning
Adaptive User Experience
Data Connectivity and Integration
Web Experience Management
Get A Free Trial
close mobile menu
Understanding the Request Line
Fiddler’s Inspectors have the choice of displaying either the relative or absolute URL in the Request Line. Displaying the absolute URL simplifies request tampering, while displaying only the relative path more closely replicates what servers actually receive.
February 13, 2013
Fiddler and Modern TLS Versions
Recently, a Fiddler user contacted me to note that they discovered a client/server application which failed when the TLS version 1.1 option is enabled in Internet Explorer’s Advanced settings. They were surprised to find that when they attempted to use Fiddler to debug the communication, the connection was instead successful.
February 11, 2013
Announcing Fiddler 2.4.3 Beta
Yesterday, an updated Fiddler Beta was released, targeting .NET2 or .NET4. This update contains the usual set of bug fixes as well as a number of small features that I hope you’ll find useful.
February 08, 2013
QuickTip - Marking and Selecting Traffic in Fiddler
Fiddler offers numerous ways to tag Web Sessions so you can easily identify them later. For instance, you can use the Comment button on the toolbar (or hit the M key) after selecting items in Web Sessions list to add notes about the traffic...
January 25, 2013
Fiddler ImageView Enhancements
The latest Fiddler beta v220.127.116.11 (targeting .NET2 or .NET4) includes several improvements to the ImageView Response Inspector. While its appearance remains mostly unchanged, the new version provides much more insight into the metadata often included with image files. Read on for more details.
January 18, 2013
Latest updates in your inbox
Introducing the 60fps Grid in Kendo UI for Angular
August 31, 2018
R3 2018 Sneak Peek: What's Next for Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX
August 28, 2018
Channel 9 Visual Studio Toolbox Interview with Sam Basu, Ed Charbeneau and Robert Green
August 31, 2018