Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Importing and Exporting HTTP data with Firebug

Category: Debugging, Utility

<p>Jan Odvarko of the Firebug team has created a new plugin and site that allows you to export data from Firebug in the HTTP Archive Format and then also view the JSON data via a HTTP Archive Viewer.

The format will look a little like this:

javascript
< view plain text >
  1. ({
  2.   "log":{
  3.     "pages":[{
  4.         "startedDateTime":"Fri, 29 May 2009 23:19:08 GMT",
  5.         "id":"page_0",
  6.         "title":"Facebook | Home"
  7.       }
  8.     ],
  9.     "entries":[{
  10.         "pageref":"page_0",
  11.         "startedDateTime":1243639103761,
  12.         "time":3503,
  13.         "sent":0,
  14.         "received":65978,
  15.         "overview":[],
  16.         "request":{
  17.           "method":"GET",
  18.           "path":"/home.php?",
  19.           "prePath":"http://www.facebook.com",
  20.           "port":-1,
  21.           "httpVersion":"HTTP/1.1",
  22.           "cookies":[{
  23.               "name":"login_x",
  24.               "value":"idontthinkso"
  25.             },
  26. ...

Firebug Export

Hopefully we will see other tools sharing the same format so we can go in between!

Posted by Dion Almaer at 7:14 am
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Wow! This is awesome! I believe HttpWatch also (or will also) support this syntax. This is portentous of a future where our web dev tools of choice can actually share information.

Comment by souders — June 3, 2009

Nice.

Comment by Darkimmortal — June 3, 2009

Hi,

I am happy to announce that new DebugBar v5.3 has export in HTTP Archive Format !

Hope you like it.

JFR

Comment by jfrabaute — July 21, 2009

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