Records all network history from Chrome tab to JSON file just in two clicks
Records all network activity for current Chrome tab, including page redirects and switching from page to page, and saves it as single JSON file. The saved data can be used by "Network Replay" Chrome application to replay all user activity on other machine. Link to the application: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/network-replay/doiggnjhjkjijggooknjkddlaajkfenm It is very similar to what you can do with "Save as HAR with content" but much easier - you do all in two clicks and you don't need to know that there is DevTools page. Uses Chrome debugger so Chrome will open additional yellow notification panel informing the page is being debugged, it is expected behavior. Instructions to use: 1. Select Chrome tab to use or open a new one. 2. Click on extension button right to the address bar to start recording. 3. Open all pages you want to save to log file. 4. Once done, click again on the extension button. You will be asked where to save recorded log file. The recorded log file will have simple format similar to Chrome HAR file but with less data. The file will contain all required data to replay it.
- (2019-10-08) Tomek Marcinkowski: I have no idea if it recorded anything - I don't know where it stores data!
- (2018-05-03) Billy Lo: Simple and very useful. Thanks for sharing.