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.
You wanted a better experience and here it is—Fiddler Everywhere. It’s the most advanced version of Fiddler yet. Check out these features:
We will take you through screen by screen on what to expect and how it differs from what you’ve experienced in the past. Moreover, registrants of this webinar get a chance to try out Fiddler Everywhere for a limited time for free. Don't miss this opportunity and join the large community using Fiddler.
Introducing Fiddler Everywhere—our first fully revamped GA release of Fiddler that works on all three popular operating systems—Windows, Mac and Linux.
In this webinar, we will walk you through the what Fiddler Everywhere has to offer. You will experience live the new UX designs, and improvements to your favorite features like Filters, Composers and Autoresponders.
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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