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by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
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FiddlerCap makes HTTP Traffic Capture easier

As a web developer, if you would like to debug HTTP traffic of web pages that your site users are having problem with, you can have the end-users record the traffic details as a Session Archive Zip (.SAZ) file & then send it to you.

Talking about Traffic Import options with Fiddler in his session titled "Advanced Web Debugging with Fiddler" at MIX10, Eric Lawrence highlights a lesser known tool called FiddlerCap. For non-technical folks, FiddlerCap Web Recorder is a lightweight version of Fiddler that's easier to use than Fiddler. The interface is more intuitive with Start Capture, Stop Capture, Save Capture buttons.

IE9 is going to have a Network tab like Firebug under Developer Tools (accessible through the menu or F12 key). The traffic details collected through the IE9 Network tab can be exported in a soon to be standardized format called HAR (or HTTP Archive Specification). The XML version of the HAR format file that is emitted by can be opened within Fiddler for analysis. As more tools start respecting the HAR format, the Web Performance Analysis & Optimization tools will be able to exchange information seamlessly.
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