Version History - HttpWatch 13.x

Version 13.0.16 - 03 Sep 2020

  • Improved: The installer now detects additional issues with the registry that could prevent installation
  • Fixed: Suppressed some warnings that did not apply to requests intercepted by service workers
  • Fixed: A 'pure virtual call' error could occur when closing HttpWatch in Chrome or Edge

Version 13.0.15 - 05 Jul 2020

  • Fixed: An error could occur when installing HttpWatch with IE support in a custom file folder
  • Changed: The prompt displayed when the debugging banner is closed in Edge and Chrome now shows that the command line option --silent-debugger-extension-api is required to suppress this banner

Version 13.0.12 - 22 Jul 2020

  • Fixed: A 'loading failed' error could occur in Chrome and Edge

Version 13.0.11 - 16 Jul 2020

  • Fixed: An 'invalid string position error' could occur when opening an HttpWatch Professional license file
  • Improved: Added instructions on how to pin the HttpWatch extension button to the Chrome version 83+ toolbar

Version 13.0.9 - 15 Jun 2020

  • Improved: The installer now detects more registry configuration issues that could prevent installation completing successfully

Version 13.0.8 - 12 Jun 2020

  • New: A CRX file (HttpWatchForEdge.crx) for the offline installation of the Edge extension is now installed with HttpWatch
  • New: The HttpWatchCRXFile property of the Edge automation class now provides the location of the Edge CRX file
  • New: A form filling sample program for Edge written in C# using Selenium is now installed with HttpWatch

Version 13.0.7 - 08 Jun 2020

  • New: Now supports the use of HTTP/3 in Chrome and Edge

Version 13.0.6 - 08 Jun 2020

  • New: HttpWatch supports Microsoft Edge version 80 or later using an extension hosted in the Microsoft Store
  • New: The installer now allows you to choose which browsers to use with HttpWatch
  • New: The automation interface can now be used to control HttpWatch in Microsoft Edge
  • New: A Find method was added to the Entries automation class providing an easy way to locate requests by URL or ID
  • New: HttpWatch now restores the original position of extension and log windows even if they were placed using the Windows Snap feature
  • New: Indicator symbols next to a request's URL show whether it was created using the XmlHttpRequest (XHR) or Fetch APIs (Chrome and Edge Only)
  • New: The Result column now shows if a request was handled by a service worker
  • New: The Result column now shows if a request was returned from the memory of prefetch cache (Chrome and Edge Only)
  • New: A diamond indicator symbol next to a request's URL shows that it was generated by a service worker
  • New: Displays the SameSite attribute for cookies received from the server
  • Improved: Detects the use of JSON even if the wrong content type has been set. Password masking and formatting will be applied in these cases

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