Displays and saves network traces of HTTP request/responses along with the MHTML of the loaded dynamic webpages.
This tool captures the HTTP request/response packets of a tab window along with the MHTML of the dynamic screens loaded by the browser. It was built to collect data for a research study that aims to understand how web applications interact with the server and how pages evolve. It can also be used to debug network messages or dynamic screens loaded.
- (2015-05-22) Austen Keene: Best option
- (2013-09-25) Chris Parnin: This tool provides a stream-lined way of tracing http events of a web-page. As a research tool, things are still a little rough around the edges, but it does the job well.