2.7 What are HTTP Debugging Proxies?
Sometimes you need to dig deep into the network traffic to understand why your site isn’t working as you expect. HTTP debugging proxies provide the tools need to analyze that traffic and debug common network issues.
1.Introduction3 lessons, 27:32
3 lessons, 27:32
1.2The Browser Landscape06:16
The Browser Landscape
1.3Setting Up Browsers For Testing Purposes16:08
Setting Up Browsers For Testing Purposes
2.Tools10 lessons, 1:34:45
10 lessons, 1:34:45
2.1Introducing Modern.ie 07:12
2.2Understanding Modern.ie Scan Results08:55
Understanding Modern.ie Scan Results
2.3Setting Up Virtual Machines On Windows 13:20
Setting Up Virtual Machines On Windows
2.4Setting Up Virtual Machines On OSX10:07
Setting Up Virtual Machines On OSX
2.6Testing IE Versions Using The F12 Developer Tools05:59
Testing IE Versions Using The F12 Developer Tools
2.7What are HTTP Debugging Proxies? 03:02
What are HTTP Debugging Proxies?
2.8An Overview Of Fiddler For Http Debugging On Windows 17:06
An Overview Of Fiddler For Http Debugging On Windows
2.9An Overview of Charles for HTTP Debugging on OSX and Linux09:40
An Overview of Charles for HTTP Debugging on OSX and Linux
2.10Using Autoresponders To Debug Minified Production Code06:28
Using Autoresponders To Debug Minified Production Code
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 03:59
1 lesson, 03:59
Rey is a developer advocate at Microsoft focused on helping developers build awesome cross-browser experiences. He's an ardent supporter of standards-based development and a former member of the jQuery Project Team.