In our first presentation from DDD Brisbane, Mehdi Khalili demonstrates advanced web debugging techniques using Fiddler.
Many developers have seen and used Fiddler; but the usage is usually limited to capturing HTTP traffic.
This session includes the fundamentals of Fiddler, how it works, plus some of the more advanced features including setting breakpoints and changing the request and response on the fly, auto responding to requests, using filters and so on.
Some of the topics discussed in this session will be familiar to most developers; but there is going to be a few nice tricks to take away for most.
The topics of discussion include:
- What Fiddler is and how it works
- What the alternative tools to Fiddler are
- The features of Fiddler
- FiddlerCore and FiddlerCap
About the speakers
Mehdi Khalili is a senior developer working for Readify.
He lives in the Gold Coast in the South East of Queensland with his wife, Shadi, and his son Benjamin.
He has been developing software professionally since 2002 and before that he coded for joy for a few years in a technical support role. He has worked with a variety of languages and settled for C# which he is quite fond of. That said, he has more passion for software engineering and architecture than any particular language or framework.
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