I just published an update to EASTester. This release has several new features:
- You can set proxy server settings. This means you can point it to Fiddler and see more details on the requests and responses. The default is 127.0.0.8 and port 8888 – which is what Fiddler’s proxy defaults to.
- There is limited ability for the application to lookup helpful information on the first status code in the response – you will see it displayed in the lowest text box of the Conversation window. This will make the Conversation window a lot easier to work with since time consuming to look-up the response code meaning. If a command specific status code is not found then it tries to get the common status code if there is one. I’m planning on expanding this feature later.
- The conversation window has a helper which allows you to lookup info on the response code.
- Response code description files have been created for common commands. They hold each response code, a description of what it means and actions which should be taken.
- I fixed several EAS samples – some didn’t have a colon in the namepace names, so I added them.
- Updated Ping example.
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