extension ExtPose

HTTP Header Spy

Description from extension meta HTTP Header Spy enables you to inspect request- response headers and cookies right after page load with no extra clicks.
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Description from store Inspect HTTP headers and response times without opening the page inspector tool. View headers right in the page you are looking at. ★ Auto-hide information panels after specified time ★ Response times ★ Server IP ★ XHR and sub-frame requests ★ Headers also available in the browser action popup ★ Follow the full redirect path ★ Show HSTS requests ★ Colorful status indication icons ★ Inspect Form Data, Get parameters and Cookies ★ Micro mode shows just the chosen response headers ★ Position in one of the four corners of the window ★ Easy single-click highlighting of the headers ★ Choose between a light and a dark color-scheme ★ Filter headers to be shown ★ Highlight any string pattern in the header views
Latest reviews (2019-04-13) Rais Patel: Totally useless (2018-11-22) Jake Wang: Pretty useful extension. Thanks for developing it. But pls add a language switch in it. The Google-translated texts look pretty much weird :P (2018-07-23) Mirzet Kadić: HTTP/2 not supported (2017-10-05) Prashant Singh: Asking too much for doing so less :P (2017-09-27) Dev FMAG: Fantastic addon - very simple and helps a lot when debugging redirects (2017-08-18) KuanCheng O: great!!! (2017-04-26) Andrea Rizzello: You have to pay for this ... (2017-02-16) Luke Rodgers: The recent changes with XHR and pro mode, everyone else has voiced their opinions adequately. I've taken to minimising this by clicking the eyeball when I'm not interested in debugging. Even when minimised the clickable hitbox for this extends far out to the left of the eyeball! I would have expected this hitbox to be locked in to the actual eyeball. The micro version in this is not micro enough also. I do not need "filter", "xhr" or "frame". You should be able to filter out what buttons are available in order to make this more micro again. (2017-02-08) Sebastian Ronnefjord: It was a great tool for displaying a specific header in a small non intrusive way. However after the recent update the developer has put a time limit on the display, with an annoying "buy"-message instead. The application has, other than the new purchase demand, little to no change at all. Not the way to go about keeping users. Looking for ways to drop a few versions or uninstall completely. I am sad to see it go. (2017-02-07) Hannes Hofstätter: Leider seit dem letzten Update nur mehr begrenzt brauchbar. Im Micromode verschwinden die Infos nicht mehr nach einer bestimmten Zeit und verhindert klicken von Buttons in der Ecke. (2017-02-07) Andreas Andersson: I liked this extension but the recent pro update made it to annoying to use. Have to find something else now (2017-02-06) Stefan Stubbe: I liked this extension very much, but the recent introduced notification "Get the PRO version..." on every display is very annoying. Looking for alternatives or ways to disable this.. (2017-02-06) Ian Blizzard: This has been an extremely useful tool in my toolkit for quite a long time but it has recently switched to an outrageously expensive subscription based extension. A modest $1 or $2 one time payment and I would have been fine with paying, but $50 lifetime, $10/year, or $1/month is just FAR too much to ask. (2017-01-02) Bayu Permadi Sasmita: Very great extensions for Google Chrome... (2016-12-05) Judas: Design needs to be improved... (2016-08-14) percy507: Awesome. (2015-08-13) Orochimaru Sannin: Not enough information, i can't find where the data from POST request and response for it. (2015-05-11) Khang Kha: ok (2014-09-16) Uri Argaman: Simple and working good. The micro version is exactly what I was looking for. (2014-08-28) ketan mujumdar: I really liked it, I would have given 5 stars but it the micro version do not work which I really need it else it just too annoying for normal browsing and if you are not debugging (2014-04-09) ttos ttos: Good start. It's missing a simple mechanism to switch on/off w/o having visit extensions configuration. (2014-03-31) Bendik Brenne: Works like a charm! Exactly what I was looking for. The only thing I've been missing is the possibility to have the same features available for XHR requests aswell. (2013-10-31) 张天泽: very good !!!

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3.7143 (56 votes)
Last update / version
2018-09-26 / 2.0.49




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