Worked perfectly for over a year. The only problem that I've found is that it doesn't support recent Firefox Quantum
Perfect, and I would not be able to solve some of my problems without it.
One wish : Would it be possible to write the content of ALL the sockets together in one disk file ?
Many thanks for this excellent tool.
A perfect addition to standard network monitoring features in Firefox. Could not live without it on my current working project)
Unfortunately, it's legacy. Are there any chances of upgrading it to work with FF57?
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Works good with native websockets. Pause/unpause feature is very useful, but it just skips the frames and would not show on unpause. Just mention this here for others not to think about addon doesn't work.
Good functionality, but it doesn't support the modern firefox feature -- multi-process usage to effectively distribute the load.
Can you please file a bug in the official issue list:
Thank you. This worked great and helped me understand zepplin. If I could ask for one feature, it would be to have a check box on the preferences tab "Log Http also". When checked regular Http get, post ... would be logged to. That way I can see the sequence of all network activity of a tab in one place. Thank you for making this open source.
sounds like an interesting feature. Can you please file a feature-request in the official issue list here:
Awesome! Many thanks!
Was troubleshooting an application from a third party vendor that was getting connection resets. I had no way to monitor the Web Sockets and Wireshark wont work because of SSL encryption.
This add on was a really big help in figuring out the issues. I would have probably spent another day or so debugging that issue, without this tool.
very useful addon, thanks
FF currently lacking WS monitoring, this is the perfect tool!
I can't really complain given that the name of the add-on is "WebSocket Monitor", but I really wish I could do edit-and-resend like I can with network tool.
This is a great extension, I use it every day at work. I even persuaded a few colleagues to switch to Firefox because it is so much better than the Chrome equivalent. The search across the content of all frames is the killer feature, it makes working with WebSockets a breeze
Very useful, well integrated to devtools, thanks!