Checking web page load times with Fiddler

Checking web page load times with Fiddler

September 4, 2019

The Tip of the Night for September 1, 2019 discussed Fiddler Cap which is a simplified version of Fiddler - the web traffic inspection tool.  The full version is available for download here on the Telerik site.  

 

If you click on the Timeline tab, Fiddler will generate a graphic that shows how long each of the selected web page elements takes to load.  A red X on this graph will indicate where a connection was lost. 

 

 

If you click on the Statistics tab, you'll see which elements of a web page take up the most bytes, and how many requests are needed to load the page. 

 

 

 

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