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In June I posted information about a number of developer tools, one of which was Ajax View. Ajax View, developed by Microsoft Research, can help improve a developer’s visibility into their web application’s performance and behavior. Recently, the researchers building Ajax View – Emre Kıcıman and Ben Livshits – released a public version of the tool (licensed for academic or other non-commercial use) so I want to share a link and provide a little more information about it.
What can I do with it?
How does it work?
- Using Ajax View does not require modification of either the page source or the browser.
Where do I download it and send feedback?
Visit the Ajax View project siteto download the latest prototype and try it for yourself.
We’d love to get your feedback on the kind of instrumentation you’d find useful. Let us know what data about your web application’s behavior would help you detect or debug problems. You can send feedback directly to the project team, or, as usual, comment on this post.
Edit: Updated link for “send feedback directly to the project team”