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Protoscope is a utility that aids Web developers by revealing the HTTP communication while they interact with their applications. It acts as an HTTP proxy, so that developers can configure their browser to use Protoscope as a proxy and then view the HTTP transactions as they browse.

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Recent releases

  •  27 Sep 2002 06:50

    Release Notes: Protoscope now supports the use of an HTTP proxy. This allows you to configure your browser to use it as a proxy without losing any connectivity to the Web.

    •  26 Sep 2002 15:00

      Release Notes: This release of Protoscope boasts improved reliability as well as a few notable features. The major feature added is embedded logging. This allows you to use Protoscope as an HTTP proxy and view the underlying HTTP transactions at the bottom of every page (non-SSL) while you browse the Web, eliminating the need to consult a log. All request methods except CONNECT are now supported, and you can disable content encoding to allow examination of all text resources.

      •  20 Sep 2002 23:39

        Release Notes: Protoscope has been redesigned and reimplemented in PHP. It supports HTTP/1.0 and HTTP/1.1, chunked transfers, and all content types.

        •  29 Mar 2002 15:22

          Release Notes: This release includes a nearly complete HTTPscope server that displays the underlying HTTP transaction conveniently in a browser.


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