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Join Sam Basu, Senior Developer Advocate at Progress, for a live demo as he creates beautiful, interactive and reusable reports in real time with the most complete, lightweight and easy-to-use .NET reporting tool—Telerik Reporting! As a bonus, Sam will also show you how Telerik Reporting plays with the latest technology on the web app market, Blazor.
Troubleshooting issues in customer environments is hard and takes coordination and frequent communication between customer, support and development teams, which can result in longer resolution time. In this webinar, we’ll look at how to simplify and optimize the process of debugging remote issues, including:
Different ways to debug customer issues
How HTTP/S logs can help in debugging
Options to capture HTTP/S logs
Introduction to Fiddler Jam—a troubleshooting solution for support and development teams
You’ll learn how the Fiddler Jam Chrome extension is used to capture logs in customer environments with ease and how Fiddler is an end-to-end tool chain to capture, troubleshoot and fix issues faster.
With the release of Fiddler Everywhere, many Fiddler Classic users are probably starting to ask, “who moved my cheese!?” This is a common way of expressing frustration over changes in the way we work. Fiddler Everywhere is certainly a change for Fiddler users as we need to re-learn how we solve the same problems in a new environment.
Fiddler Everywhere is a modern re-working of the Fiddler we’ve known and loved for years. With a more engaging user experience, the ability to run on any platform, and a suite of new features, Fiddler Everywhere truly is becoming the future of Fiddler.
In this webinar we are going to take a close look at:
Where to find our favorite Fiddler Classic features in Fiddler Everywhere
Brand-new features available only in Fiddler Everywhere
What the future holds for the Fiddler ecosystem!
If you’re new to Fiddler Everywhere and want to get up and running quickly, this webinar is for you. Here we will show you:
How to get started with Fiddler Everywhere
Fiddler Everywhere key features
Where to look for documentation and help
The webinar will start with an overview of Fiddler Everywhere and its capabilities, then we'll dive straight into an easy-to-follow demo of how you can debug HTTP(S) traffic. Finally, we'll close it with a live Q&A with the Fiddler Everywhere team.
Troubleshooting customer issues can be difficult and logs captured on the server typically don't give a full picture to identify and isolate issues. That compels support and development teams into a lot of back-and-forth screen sharing sessions with customers, frustrating the customer and increasing overall issue resolution time.
A better way is to capture logs at the source by pulling in HTTP/S network logs where the issue is reproducible. That’s where Fiddler and its suite of tools can help capture and troubleshoot issues faster.
In this webinar, we’ll walk you through how you can use Fiddler to capture network traffic in customer environments, and also introduce a new solution—"Fiddler Jam"—which you can use to enable customers to submit logs with a simple Chrome extension in a self-service way with less back and forth.
As mobile developers, the troubles we experience debugging network issues with iOS and Android apps can be endless. Simulators can only help so much, and real devices are another layer of abstraction and complexity over the issues we’re trying to resolve.
In this webinar, we’ll dive into how to use Fiddler to diagnose and debug network issues on both iOS and Android. We will cover topics such as:
As developers, we spend a lot of time reviewing and responding to bugs and issues reported by customers. Sometimes the information provided is adequate for us to resolve the problem. Most of the time though, we are collectively pulling our hair out trying to understand the context of the error and the path they took to experience it!
FiddlerCap is a lightweight version of Fiddler meant to be used by technical or non-technical remote users for just this purpose! In this webinar, we will cover some scenarios for using FiddlerCap along with the new Fiddler Everywhere, allowing you to see exactly what’s happening, and when— without the guesswork.
Take a look at how Ed is building a full-stack Blazor web application using the most fully featured native component suite available—Telerik UI for Blazor! In this demonstration, you’ll learn how powerful the combination of Telerik UI for Blazor and the Blazor framework are as we tackle complex scenarios and heavy workloads with ease.
Thanks to all of you, we have a huge and active community of Fiddler users. One of the most common requests that has come up on the user forums is to have a version that can work on Mac and Linux, too. An even more popular request in the forum is to revamp the Fiddler UX.
We are listening to your suggestions and requests. Our team of engineers have built a new version of Fiddler that works on Mac and Linux—and they’ve also built a new app shell from the ground up. We believe that this is going to be not just useful for Mac and Linux users, but also boost productivity for Fiddler 4 users, too.
This webinar covers:
Debugging for we developers typically requires these steps:
Step 1. Observe inputs and outputs.
Step 2. Modify inputs, execute the program and again observe outputs.
Step 3. Repeat until the bug is squashed!
When it comes to debugging network traffic, there are very few tools that handle Step 1 and even fewer that provide developers the ability to modify inputs on the fly (Step 2) and then observe our new outputs. Hence most network debugging tools aren't equipped to support the full network debugging lifecycle.
This is where Fiddler Composer shines! This webinar covers how using Fiddler Composer in conjunction with Fiddler Inspector lets you:
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