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What is Chrome/Safari "built-in debugger"?

 
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In response to a question about servlets or JSP, @bear wrote

Bear Bibeault wrote:One other diagnostic tip: run the page in Chrome or Safari with the built-in debugger deployed. The Network tab will show what loads and what doesn't.



I use Chrome all the time on my MBP, but have been using Firefox with HttpFox when I need to debug bad web pages.
HttpFox is a debugging proxy, it shows every request (GET, POST, etc.) with all the parameters, cookies, etc.
and the response, with cookies, headers, etc.

I have been looking and looking for an equivalent for Chrome (or other Webkit) browsers.

What is this thing? Is it what I've been searching for this past 12 months?
 
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Click on the wrench thingie next to the address bar. Choose Tools, then Developer Tools.

One of the developer tools is an equivalent of HttpFox. The others... well, I just downloaded Chrome 10 minutes ago and I haven't done much poking around. But it looks like a pretty comprehensive set of tools.
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:Click on the wrench thingie next to the address bar. Choose Tools, then Developer Tools.

One of the developer tools is an equivalent of HttpFox. The others... well, I just downloaded Chrome 10 minutes ago and I haven't done much poking around. But it looks like a pretty comprehensive set of tools.



Then click on "network"

Looks pretty cool. has timings for each resource, etc.

Thanks for the pointer and thanks to @Bear
 
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