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2 2 Table of Contents Introduction... 3 Activating and Using Web Development Helper... 3 HTTP Tracing... 4 Scripting Tools... 4 Page Tools... 4 ASP.NET Tools... 4 Using HTTP Tracing... 4 Filtering HTTP Logging... 6 Using the Scripting Tools... 7 Error Reporting... 7 Script Console... 8 Script Immediate Window... 8 debugservice API for Script... 8 Script Class Browser Using the Page Tools Using the ASP.NET Tools View State Viewer Trace Viewer Cache Management Restart Application Credits Version History License... 16
3 3 Introduction Web Development Helper is a browser extension that plugs in to Internet Explorer to provide a useful set of utilities for the Web developer, esp. Ajax and ASP.NET developers. The utility provides functionality such as a DOM inspector, HTTP tracing and script diagnostics and immediate window. The tool is currently available as a free download. Latest versions can be downloaded at The same web site also provides additional information, and a form for submitting bug reports, feature requests and suggestions. Activating and Using Web Development Helper Web Development Helper has been tested on Internet Explorer 6.0 on Windows XP SP2, and Internet Explorer 7.0 on Windows XP SP2 and Windows Vista. Once the tool has been installed, and successfully registered with Internet Explorer, you will have the option to show a new Explorer Bar window that is docked to the bottom of the browser frame as shown in the above screenshot. The Explorer Bar can be activated using the Tools Web Development Helper command. If you choose to do so, you can also customize your browser s toolbar (right click on the toolbar, and choose Customize) to add a button for this command, especially if use it frequently (which is the general idea!) The Explorer Bar associated with the tool has a command bar at the top which provides a menu and other commands that enable you to use the different features and functionality offered by the tool.
4 4 Commands are organized by feature area. The Explorer Bar currently contains two console windows one for displaying HTTP trace logs, and another for displaying script trace messages and a script immediate window. The console can be switched using the Console dropdown on the command bar. Finally, the tool provides a number of options. These can be customized via the Options command under the Tools menu that is present on the left-end of the command bar. HTTP Tracing The HTTP tracing feature allows logging HTTP(S) requests issued by the browser and scripts, and associated request/response details to allow analyzing network communication and usage. Scripting Tools The scripting tools provided by the extension enable improved script diagnostics and error tracking, as well as running and evaluating script snippets using a script console and immediate window. Page Tools The page tools allow inspecting the DOM, metadata, linked resources of the active page. The tool also allows capturing a screenshot of the entire page and saving it as a.png file. ASP.NET Tools The ASP.NET tools work against local Web applications running in debug mode and provide the ability to visualize ASP.NET view state and trace content, manage cache usage and restart the ASP.NET appdomain. Using HTTP Tracing The HTTP tracing feature allows logging HTTP and HTTPS requests issued by the browser and scripts running within the browser. This allows analyzing network communication, viewing requests and the associated responses. To start using this feature, you must first enable HTTP logging from the Web Development Helper command bar. It is a good idea to turn off logging when you don t need it. The tool does not require changing OS-level proxy settings. This has a couple of advantages. First it doesn t log HTTP requests made by other processes running on your machine. Secondly it is much easier to toggle it on and off as needed. As requests are completed they are added as log entries in the HTTP Logging console showing the URL, response status code, time stamp, response size and connection times. You can click the Copy task for the selected entry to copy the URL of the entry to the clipboard. For any entry you can choose to see a more detailed view displaying all the request headers sent to the server, the request body (if the request was not a GET request), and the received response along with its headers.
5 5 The above screenshot displays the request and response headers sent and received from the server respectively. The following screenshot displays the request body and response sent and received from the server. The tool tries to provide the best viewing experience. If the request body appears to be an HTML form post (like it is in the screenshot), the individual entries are parsed and displayed in name/value pair fashion. Otherwise the information is presented in a textbox as raw text 1. Similarly the tool provides the best view for the response. Textual responses are shown in text form (as shown in the screenshot). Binary responses are presented as a Hex view showing the individual bytes. Additionally the tool currently provides viewers for images (to display the image), JSON data (as a tree displaying the object graph), and a partial rendering response viewer (specific to partial rendering responses produced when using ASP.NET AJAX, and UpdatePanel controls). 1 The plan is to add another viewer for the request that can display JSON data more effectively. This will be useful for AJAX applications such as those using ASP.NET AJAX using JSON serialization for data sent to the server.
6 6 Filtering HTTP Logging By default all HTTP and HTTPS requests made by the browser and executing scripts within the same process are logged. You will likely want to choose a logging filter to avoid spurious entries resulting in noise in the logging window. You can access the filter settings via the Tools Options command from the command bar.
7 7 For simple scenarios, requests can be filtered via file extension. For example, setting the logging filter to.aspx,.asmx displays.aspx and.asmx requests only. For more complex scenarios, you can provide a regular expression that is to match the URL of the request. In either case you can choose whether the filter you provide selects matching requests, or excludes matching requests for additional flexibility. Using the Scripting Tools The scripting tools provided by the extension enable improved script diagnostics and error messages, and script console and immediate window for capturing trace messages and evaluating script snippets against the active page. It also provides a script debug service for use by script within the page. The script tools provide a quick-and-dirty debugging experience. This can be enabled by toggling on the Enable Debugging checkbox on the command bar. It should be noted that the tool does not provide a debugger in the true sense (Visual Studio provides an excellent debugging experience for Internet Explorer). However, the quick-and-dirty approach often suffices for a large class of scripting errors. Error Reporting The functionality provided by the tool includes better error reporting which translates more specifically into full call stack display, lines of code at each stack frame, correct line numbers, ability to resume execution or break into the debugger. The following screenshot displays the error dialog: The Script Console tab in the Options dialog allows customizing whether this dialog is shown or errors are logged to the console without any modal user interface prompt.
11 11 Using the ASP.NET Tools The ASP.NET tools work against local Web applications running in debug mode and provide the ability to visualize ASP.NET view state and trace content, manage cache usage and restart the ASP.NET appdomain. For security reasons the ASP.NET features only work with applications on This is usually a fine restriction, as you are likely to use the tool on your development machine. In order to enable the ASP.NET features you need to add an HTTP module to the default ASP.NET pipeline. This module is only active when your application is in debug mode, so it has minimal impact on applications. Here is an example web.config file that illustrates the entries you need to add (marked bold). <?xml version="1.0"?> <configuration xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/.netconfiguration/v2.0"> <system.web>
12 12 <httpmodules> <add name="devinfo" type="nstuff.webdevhelper.server.devinfomodule, nstuff.webdevhelper.server, Version= , Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=8fc0e3af5abcb6c4" /> </httpmodules> <compilation debug="true"/> </system.web> </configuration> The nstuff.webdevhelper.server.dll module contains the HTTP module (installed into \Program Files\nStuff\Web Development Helper). You can either deploy this assembly into the bin directory of your Web application (if your application runs in full trust). If your application is not configured to run in full trust, you must install this assembly to the GAC. You can open the \Windows\Assembly folder and drag in the nstuff.webdevhelper.server.dll. Once you ve enabled this module, a number of ASP.NET-specific features are enabled when you browse to a page from your Web application. These are available from the ASP.NET menu on the command bar. View State Viewer The view state viewer parses the viewstate hidden field to show three views: raw data, parsed data (interpretation of every byte in the view state field), and decoded data (or deserialized representation of actual data in view state), as shown by the following three screenshots.
13 13 Trace Viewer The tool hides trace information that is written into the page content by ASP.NET as it can interfere with layout. Instead it provides the same information in a separate dialog.
14 14 Cache Management The tool allows you to view and manage the cache entries created by your application. Restart Application Often it is useful to be able to restart the application from a fresh state in a new app-domain. Rather than stopping the server, or making a config change to trigger this restart, the tool provides a command to simplify this.
15 15 Credits I d like to thank Eilon Lipton, another developer on the ASP.NET team (and developer responsible for various ASP.NET AJAX features). Eilon, contributed the partial rendering response viewer used to display the data sent from ASP.NET in response to async postbacks, as well as provided the initial implementation of the Script Class Browser. Version History Version Release Date Notes 0.5 5/11/05 Initial version 0.5 5/12/05 Fixed bug where.css files were ignored by IE when using the Local Development Web Server. (Forgot to update version number) 0.6 5/17/05 Added Parsed ViewState view, Cache viewer, and ability to shutdown/restart application. NOTE: Assembly versions remain unchanged at 0.5 for now /15/05 Added HTTP logging functionality /06/05 Bug Fixes UI works when opening IE windows (File New Window) HTTP request body display now works with XMLHTTP initiated requests /19/05 New UI for HTTP logging, including display of response /27/05 Console Window at the bottom of the browser and HTTP logging now uses that new window. Minor bug fixes /30/05 Internal release (script console preview release) /19/05 DOM Inspector; (version demo d at PDC05) /19/05 Fixed a bug where refreshing a page did not update the ASP.NET tools associated with the page /20/05 Fixed various bugs: - Machines with older versions installed would show the new UI which is horizontally oriented in a vertical fashion - Show script call stack and source code in script error messages. - Show message about script debugging being disabled. - Other miscellaneous stuff /15/05 The tool now runs against.net 2.0 or VS 2005 RTM. New features: - Capture page to image (auto scrolls pages for a complete capture) - Page information to display metadata, links, referenced stylesheets etc. Improved DOM Inspector - Unobtrusive display of highlighted element - Walking up to parent element from DOM inspector) /26/06 The tool implements a debugservice scriptable object which can be used by script running on the page to trace messages to the console window, or to inspect script objects in a window. This functionality is used by Script#. Some bugs fixed as well /11/06 Enhancements to the HTTP tracing feature. (version demo d at TechEd 06 Barcelona) - Added the ability to select a filter based on regular expressions (in addition to the previous file extensions-based) filter, as well as the ability to choose whether the filter is used to exclude matching requests or include requests. - Enhanced response viewers for image files, JSON responses, and ASP.NET AJAX partial rendering responses.
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