[Catalyst] Repeatedly creating sessions

Nicholas Wehr catalyst at bionikchickens.com
Thu Jun 24 20:14:33 GMT 2010

I see - sounds really cool and I fell into using firebug before I really got
a chance to use it to it's fullest. firebug also allows for javascript
debugging which was pretty critical for me, since I'm kind of a debugger
junkie ;)

On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 12:56 PM, James Spath <jspath at pangeamedia.com>wrote:

> On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 3:51 PM, Matthias Dietrich <mdietrich at cpan.org>
> wrote:
> > Nicholas,
> >
> > Am 24.06.2010 um 18:54 schrieb Nicholas Wehr:
> >
> >> I used charles proxy as well until I discovered how awesome the mozilla
> addon firebug is. unbeatable json (xhdr) and network activity analyzer.
> handles ssl too check it out!
> >>
> >> jim, is there a charles feature that stands out above firebug? I only
> used for one project until I re-discovered firebug...
> >
> > I haven't bought Charles yet but used it for a longer time.  A big plus
> is that you can display the content depending on its type (eg. JSON and A=
> as collapsable tree, but doesn't has a display mode for every type, I
> guess).  And it's browser independent so you can test with Safari and oth=
> clients (like native apps!), too.  You can record transferred data, stop
> recording, open new sessions while the old ones are still present.  If FF
> crashes or you navigate to a different page, Charles is still there and
> showing the recorded and opened sessions.
> >
> > Firebug is nice for single request tracking (yes, you can let the
> requests be "sticky", but that's not the same and a bit ugly, even someti=
> it doesn't show the content if there's some), CSS, Javascript and HTML, b=
> if you need to debug more intensive and longer I would prefer something l=
> Charles.
> What Matthias said :)
> The biggest features for me are a full history beyond the current page
> load ... and also the ability to redirect requests to different
> servers or even to a local file on your machine.
> Don't get me wrong, I use Firebug all the time, but Charles definitely
> has its uses.
> - Jim
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