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Debug HTTP with Chrome DevTools Network Panel

25m closed-captioning
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This course will examine the Network panel in Chrome DevTools. We’ll step through the request log, examining the various properties exposed. We’ll talk about timing, filtering, throttling and generally using the network panel to better understand the ways in which our applications exist within a connected context.

Learner Reviews

  • Madhu Sudhan
    2 years ago
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    How will you use what you learned from this course?

    I have expected Javascript profiler and Audits too

  • Joao Barata
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Really clear explanations of very useful stuff. Thanks

  • Sofia Chardin
    3 years ago
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    What did you like about this course and how will it help you?

    Simple and clear explanations, short classes that open lots of doors to starting playing around with DevTools and understanding not also the behavior of communication with the server but a quick way to debug and detect errors or performance problems.

  • ET Blue
    3 years ago
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    The Chrome DevTools has a nice GUI which seems to be friendly enough for developers, but it's still complicated to me. This course guided me through the network panel very smoothly, and now I am not confused anymore.

Course Content

25m • 6 lessons

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