HttpWatch Basic Edition 9.4.11
Web browser integration
The program is integrated in Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox in order to be easily accessed when you load a certain webpage. The captured data is displayed as a panel in the main window of the browser which allows you to view the information while you are browsing the website.
Capture data and generate charts
The main goal of the application is to capture HTTP and SPDY data directly from the browser and to display the information in real time. It can handle headers, status codes, timings and other elements in order to provide you with comprehensive statistics.
You can visualize the events in the time charts generated by the program and determine what issues have a negative impact on the website’s performance. Request time charts are also available for measuring the DNS lookup time.
Automatic warnings and save logs
If you are using this tool for identifying performance issues, you can take advantage of the automatically generated warnings. These messages highlight the potential security, performance and functionality problems that can negatively influence the experience of the visitors.
All the information available in the browser panel can be saved as a log file which can be opened and analyzed by other users. This enables you to analyze the captured data on other computers and to easily exchange logs with other colleagues or business partners.
HttpWatch Basic Edition provides you with useful tools for capturing traffic information from your websites in order to identify and fix performance or security issues. It does not hamper the computer’s performance, our tests did not reveal any errors or hangs, and the interface is user-friendly.
Reviewed by Madalina Boboc, last updated on November 18th, 2014
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Application descriptionHttpWatch Basic Edition integrates with Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox to provide unrivaled levels of HTTP mon...