The Future of HTTP Debugging
The vast majority of web, desktop, and mobile apps built today utilize remote services and/or data stores accessed via HTTP/S protocols. In some fortunate cases, these remote APIs are rock solid, meaning the API is perfectly documented and communication to/from the endpoint works as expected and without fail. But that’s not a reality most app developers live in.
As the world moves towards more complex app development needs, APIs maintain a similar pace. APIs become simultaneously more powerful and more complex, inviting numerous opportunities for failures. Therefore, the need to both inspect and debug these APIs will only increase over time. To accomplish this, there are few tools in the market today that are more used and more established than Progress Telerik Fiddler.