Where's the FiddlerScript object model documentation?

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  1. A
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    Posted 10 Nov 2017 Link to this post

    Where is the FiddlerScript object model documentation?

    The Class Explorer only shows the top level's objects' properties, and that's it ...

    So, where is the full Fiddler documentation or `.d.ts` file?

    Can we edit FiddlerScript in advanced editors with IntelliSense, like Microsoft Visual Studio Code?

    Your help is appreciated.

  2. Simeon
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    Posted 27 Nov 2017 Link to this post


    Sorry for the late reply, if you open the Fiddler Script Application you will notice on the right hand side a tree view displaying the Fiddler objects. When you select an object, a brief information about it could appear above the tree view. You could find some examples how to use FiddlerScript here.

    FiddlerScript has two flavors: Microsoft JScript and C# so there is no .d.ts file because it is not TypeScript.

    And yes, you could use any editor with FiddlerScript.

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  3. A
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    Posted 27 Nov 2017 in reply to Simeon Link to this post

    Hi Simeon,

    the tree on the right side doesn't seem to show the objects' methods.

    However, right after I wrote my message, I noticed that it's .NET beneath, not TypeScript. And all of a sudden, IntelliSense started working in the editor.

    I feel it would be a great idea to have a full-flavoured HTML documentation available for the Fiddler object model, something being generated by the Sandcastle Help File Builder tool from the Fiddler object model sources.


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