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HttpWatch 9.2: SSL handshake and Protocol Information in Firefox

 February 14, 2014

HttpWatch 9.2 is now available for download and brings the level of SSL reporting in Firefox up to the same level as the plugin for IE and the iOS app. SSL handshake timings are now displayed in Firefox: and in-depth information about the SSL protocol used by each connection: We’ve also made some other SSL related improvements that are available in the Firefox/IE plugins and the HttpWatch Studio log file viewer. The first is that SSL information can now be added as columns in the main request grid: There’s also a new warning that can be used to highlight HTTPS connections that … Continue reading

Posted on February 14, 2014 in Firefox,HTTPS,HttpWatch,SSL Tags: ,,

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Using HttpWatch with IE 11 and Windows 8.1

 December 9, 2013

UPDATE: HttpWatch 9.3 now fully supports IE 11 on Windows 8.1 including Enhanced Protected Mode (EPM). Please refer to HttpWatch Supports 64-bit and EPM . HttpWatch 9.1 is now available for download and adds support for IE 11 on Windows 7, 8, and 8.1: If your HttpWatch Professional license key allows access to version 9.x you can simply download and run the latest setup program to get the update. SPDY is disabled while HttpWatch is recording Another limitation of HttpWatch on Windows 8.1 is that it currently does not support the SPDY protocol in IE 11 even though it is enabled by default: While … Continue reading

Posted on December 09, 2013 in HttpWatch,Internet Explorer,SPDY Tags: ,,,

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HttpWatch for iOS Now Displays Page Summary and Events

 October 11, 2013

The latest update to the HttpWatch App displays the Page Load and Render Start events as lines on the waterfall chart just like the Windows based plugins for IE and Firefox: There’s also a page level summary of the network operations required to load a page:

Posted on October 11, 2013 in HttpWatch,iOS,iPad,iPhone,Optimization Tags: ,

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