Update list for IE HTTP Analyzer
New: The new added "DOMReadyTime" and "PageLoadTime" are shown in the summary line and webpage summary . panel. The "DOMReadyTime" is the loaded time of webpage DOM tree, the "PageLoadTime" is fully-loaded time of the . webpage.
New: Deserialize and display all Flash Remoting or AMF traffic in a easy-to-use AMF object tree. . . . . New: Read and decode the hidden ViewState on an ASP.NET Page. Display the hidden ViewState in a tree view, raw . text, or in XML format. . . . . New: Deserialize SOAP and JSON traffic into the easy-to-use object trees. . . . . New: A new "webpage timing" tab is added to session view, it includes two pages, one is webpage level time chart which . expresses the relative time between a single timing segment and other timing segments in the same webpage, the other is . webpage timing summary chart which shows the summary of the timings recorded for the selected webpage. . . . . New: 13 new columns are added to session grid. You can use the new quick column button to toggle columns' visibility and . reorder columns by dragging items in the dropdown. . . . New: Display Start Times as Offsets, UTC/GMT or Local Time A group of menu items have been added to view menu, . which control the display of start time. This feature is particularly useful for locating related events across multiple locations . and time zones. . . . . New: Undock button (Add-on). User can undock the whole HTTP Analyzer Add-on window from Internet Explorer by using . the 'Undock/Dock' button in the upper right corner. This feature is particularly useful for dual-monitor or high-resolution . display system. The Keyboard shortcut of the command is ALT+SHIFT+F3.
New: Use Hotkey to Show/Hide Add-on (Add-. on) , HTTP Analyzer Add-on can be shown/hidden by using the HotKey (ALT+SHIFT+F2).
New: Real-time Request Level Time Chart. The colored time chart is used to express the relative time between a single . network level timing (i.e. , DNS lookup, TCP connects) and other timing segments in the same request. . New: Real-time Page/Process Level Time Chart. The colored bars are used to express the relative timing of requests in . the same group ( Webpage for IE Add-on, Process for Stand-alone) and the different phases of an HTTP request, e.g. . blocked, connect, etc. It shows directly and visually how a site is performing, which can help the user to find and diagnose . the common problems quickly. New: Real-time Multi-level summaries. The summary panel displays the real-time updated summary information on the . HTTP/HTTPS requests in a single webpage, a single monitored process or the whole log. . New: Grouping Of Requests By Page/Process. In Add-on Edition, Requests are now grouped by page by default. while . in Stand-alone Edition, Requests are grouped by process name by default. Each group can be separately expanded or . collapsed. Requests that are grouped can be navigated more easily. . Improve: Request Builder, In V3, User can use multipart/form-data POST method to upload files (introduced in RFC . 1867) and View the response headers and content. . New: Build-in JSON Viewer The JSON viewer simply shows a tree structure representation of the JSON format. You can . use the "Send to JSON Viewer" command in any editor to directly send selected content to the build-in JSON Viewer. . New: Native Log Files, Smaller and More Information HTTP Analyzer V3 introduced a new log file format (*.halog), . Compared to the previous XML version, it has a smaller size, and can record more information. In V3, HTTP Log records will . been save as this file format by default. New: A New "View" menu item has been added to the toolbar and main menu. It contains many appearance options for . the session grid View.