|1||Ability to execute POST, PUT, GET, DELETE, etc. requests||Highest|
|2||Ability to capture and inspect the response from the server||Highest|
|3||Ability to add body to the request (when applicable)||Highest|
|4||Ability to view/edit the raw CURL syntax||Highest|
|5||Ability to add headers to the request||High|
|6||Different body format (RAW, Json, etc.)||Medium|
|7||Ability to include query parameters||Medium|
|8||History of executed requests||Medium|
|9||Ability to verify the response||Medium|
|11||Multiple tabs for different requests (preserve the state)||Low|
|12||Ability to execute custom script||Low|
Currently when you want to restart the fiddler session you have to quit and re-enter the program as much as I saw.
It would be better to have a "clear" button to erase everything in the current session, so it's easier to manage sessions.
Filtering traffic as in older Fiddler version for Windows in Fidder-Everywhere for Mac based OS systems.
This is a well required feature for working with fiddler
I'm so excited to see you working on a cross-platform version. Your MacOs version was never really usable. Everywhere is already better than the Mac version was!
Edit and resend requests, Compose from scratch and send requests.
I mainly use Fiddler for WebApi testing, debugging, monitoring. The ability to capture, modify, and resend a request is a key feature for me.
I would like to be able to configure the following values via command line in the Mac version of Fiddler Everywhere:
The best way that I've seen this implemented is in Chrome.
Chrome's settings are by default stored in a JSON file, but a Mac administrator can configure settings using MacOS's built-in preference system (either via the command `defaults write` or using a config profile) which will then enforce the settings.
In the meantime, if there's a text file I can edit, I'd love to do that.
In Fiddler (and in applications such as Wireshark) it's easy to collapse / switch between different protocols, headers and such.
In the Fiddler everywhere version - you get the entire request/response as a single text block.
It would be great to switch between protocols / collapse the parts you care less about and in general have better controls.
I'm not 100% sure if this is a bug or it's a feature (of lack thereof) but it goes like this:
On regular fiddler, a great thing to do is to simply copy a raw request to the raw composer, change a param and re-issue it... Fiddler everywhere does not allow that! I have to write headers on a tab and the body on another and yet, there's a "Raw" tab.
The Raw tab unfortunately is not editable (read-only)... I believe that it should be editable