What is it?
neXpert is an add-on to Fiddler Web Debugger which aids in performance testing web applications. neXpert was created to reduce the time it takes to look for performance issues with Fiddler and to create a deliverable that can be used to educate development teams.
neXpert can be downloaded here:
A webcast showing a demonstration of neXpert can be watched here:
What are the features?
· Add step markers while capturing traffic to create steps or clicks in a scenario
· Easy access buttons for performance testing with Fiddler
o Clear Cache/Cookies
o Enable Fiddler Streaming Mode (http://www.fiddler2.com/fiddler/help/streaming.asp)
· Ping each host in a capture to calculate current latency
· Create rudimentary response time predictions for different latencies and browsers (BETA)
· Create a HTML report which checks for performance issues with the following:
o HTTP Response Code
o ASP.NET View State
o Static Files
o Large Images
o Cache Headers
o Connection Header
o Vary Header
What resources are on the blog?
The left toolbar provides links to other performance-oriented blogs you may be interested in.
There is also a link to the “Known Issues” page which will be used to track any issues found in the most current public build. If you have found any issues, please use the “Send Feedback…” option located in the neXpert menu in Fiddler.
What will this blog be used for?
This blog will be used primarily for discussing neXpert and how it can be used to help performance test your web applications. This will include such things as upcoming features, how to implement neXpert into your testing and how to fix the problems neXpert finds. This blog will also be used for discussing performance testing with Fiddler as well as general web performance issues.
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This is NOT Fiddler’s blog. Fiddler was created by Eric Lawrence and you can find links to the official Fiddler resources including a blog on the left toolbar.
Update: Added webcast link