InsideHTTP

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Alpha, anyone?

I don't think anyone really reads this. But I post anyway. Sad.

It’s had about 10 minutes of testing, and it was coded at 1:30am, so please don’t expect miracles. :-)

Fiddler Alpha v1.0.0.7 uploaded to www.fiddlertool.com/dl/fiddleralpha.exe

It lists shortcutkeys in top-level menus instead of context-menus, and more importantly, it adds two new flags to control upload and download speed.

You can update your rules using the Rules | Customize Rules menu option.

static function OnBeforeRequest(oSession:Fiddler.Session)
{
//Delay 100ms after each kb sent to server
oSession["request-trickle-delay"] = "100";
}

static function OnBeforeResponse(oSession:Fiddler.Session)
{
// Delay 10ms after each kb sent to browser
oSession["response-trickle-delay"] = "10";
}

Please let me know how it works out.

4 Comments:

  • I read :)

    Fiddler is very useful but I don't use the rules so have no need to use the new alpha release.

    By Blogger Sleepyhead, at 2:43 AM  

  • I also read your blog. Fiddler is a fantastic tool. Keep on improving it!

    Thanks.
    Stefan

    By Blogger ringelnatz, at 7:29 AM  

  • Eric, you have 20 subscribers on Bloglines alone! Thanks for the updates to the tool and to the blog. BTW, how many fiddler users do you have? I agree with the other posts - fiddler is a great tool.

    -Eric

    By Blogger E B, at 8:56 AM  

  • I'm one of those bloglines subscribers...

    A cool thing would be a public wishlist, when we can see what you plan to add to the product, and suggest our own idea for improvements.

    Another neat thing would be a public repository for Fiddler nspectors.

    Thanks for a great tool.

    By Blogger splintor, at 12:44 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home