The latest update to the HttpWatch Basic and Professional apps adds supports for the iPad. Customers who have purchased the Professional app can download the update onto their iPad for free. On the iPad the app now has a split screen button: which will display the browser next to the waterfall chart of HTTP requests: In portrait mode the display is split horizontally: If you have suggestions on how we can improve the HttpWatch iOS apps please contact us directly or use the ‘Rate this App’ menu item.
This blog post shows you how to open log files in HttpWatch from other apps and how to open a web page in the HttpWatch app instead of Safari. Tip #1 - Use the HttpWatch Custom URL Schemes to Open Web Pages The HttpWatch app adds the following custom schemes to iOS: HWHTTP – any URL prefixed with hwhttp: will be opened as a regular HTTP web address HWHTTPS – any URL prefixed with hwhttps: will be opened as a secure HTTPS web address These schemes allow you to simply add the letters ‘h’ and ‘w’ to a URL and cause it to be opened in … Continue reading
Ok, that title is a bit misleading. There are lots of tools successfully using and exchanging HAR files. It should probably read the ‘Sad State of HAR File Compatibility with HttpWatch in 2013′. Here are some attempts to import HAR files from other popular tools into HttpWatch for Windows: and in the HttpWatch iPhone app: HttpWatch was one of the original adopters of the HAR file format and the first Windows GUI application that could open and display HAR files. During the implementation of the HAR import feature we were concerned about supporting variations in HAR files from other tools. To … Continue reading