LIDNUG & Telerik: Fiddler in 2015 with Eric Lawrence
Thursday, June 25, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (EDT)
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Fiddler is the world's most popular web debugging tool, used by developers, testers, and other web technologists worldwide.
In this talk, the creator of Fiddler will show off the very latest features of Fiddler, including WebSockets inspection, image optimization, compression analysis, extensibility, and interop with other tools. We'll explore how to optimize your sites and services for both performance and security. We'll cover running Fiddler on Linux via Mono, and how you can bring the power of Fiddler to your own .NET applications with the FiddlerCore class library.
About the presenter:
Eric Lawrence (@ericlaw) is best known as the developer of the Fiddler Web Debugger. After building websites and browsers for over a decade at Microsoft, Eric joined Telerik to develop Fiddler full-time. Now a Microsoft MVP for Internet Explorer, Eric remains passionate about building tools and providing guidance to help drive the web forward. Outside of work, he blogs at http://textslashplain.com and develops the freeware tools at http://bayden.com.
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