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Enable the Develop (Debug) menu in Safari 6
Authored by: spinkb on May 30, '13 03:18:04AM

Safari 5 was more capable at debugging. Safari 6 lost its ability to track the network commands being issued. Chrome has it still though, so anyone doing web development seriously can't use Safari 6 anymore since Apple killed this.



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Enable the Develop (Debug) menu in Safari 6
Authored by: arcticmac on May 30, '13 09:45:58PM

Not true. Show web inspector, click on the stopwatch icon (seems to be labeled "instruments") and make sure "network requests" is selected. Load a page of interest, click on the file you want to see requests for, and the right-hand inspector shows the URL request and the headers.

Would be nice if it would give you the raw request in a format that you could copy in paste into a telnet session, but that apparently doesn't seem to be in the design criteria of any of these anymore.



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