Listening to traffic

20 May 2013

While developing a web app, it’s easy to inspect the traffic in the browser (chrome, IE and firefox have all the ability to show traffic related to the page you are debugging). I recently refactored a lib to remove a library and use a raw web-request. This was a move to remove dependencies. In my tests I added machine name instead of localhost and got the traffic in Fiddler. An easy way to remove the abstraction and start accessing the real json api.



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