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Old 01-26-2006, 07:58 AM   #1
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HTTP Scoop from Tuffcode is an interesting tool for monitoring a web site. It captures every sort of traffic, shows the details of interactions between browser and server, noting errors in scripts and other problem sources, and reports on processes and other mysterious aspects of web goings-on.

As a neophyte I am not positive I see enormous usefulness in this, but one or two of its features might be useful even for the likes of me. And it costs only $35 (£20 / €30), which isn’t much of a risk. Besides, there is a downloadable free demo with a couple of hobbled functions.

Now available only for 10.4; universal binary to be released shortly as a free upgrade.

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