Simtec / HttpWatch
Simtec Limited is a UK company based in the south west of England.
"Our HttpWatch product was released in April 2002 and was the first tool to provide seamless monitoring of HTTPS traffic from Internet Explorer.
"We now serve a wide range of companies and organizations including industry leaders such as AOL, eBay, Google and Microsoft.
- We were pleased to learn that HttpWatch was the winner in the Debugging category by CodeProject's "Audience Choice Awards" http://www.codeproject.com/script/c
This banner will be used in our first advertising campaign on the largely popular Software Q&A site, StackOverflow.com.
The product description we've used at another popular development site, CodeProject, can be seen here: HttpWatch integrates with Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers to show you exactly what HTTP traffic is triggered when you access a web page. If you access a site that uses secure HTTPS connections, HttpWatch automatically displays the decrypted form of the network traffic.
Conventional network monitoring tools just display low level data captured from the network. In contrast, HttpWatch has been optimized for displaying HTTP traffic and allows you to quickly see the values of headers, cookies, query strings and more.
HttpWatch also supports non-interactive examination of HTTP data. When log files are saved, a complete record of the HTTP traffic is saved in a compact file. You can even examine log files that your customers and suppliers have recorded using the free Basic Edition.
- Color scheme similar to company website/branding
- large/prominent "Download now" "Try it now" button
Uses one of the following phrases:
“change the way you develop, debug, and tune your websites today”
“The easy way to debug HTTP in IE & Firefox”
“HTTP Sniffer for IE and Firefox”
“See what’s really happening in the browser”
- Screenshots from the website of IE and Firefox interface's would be great but not mandatory. If they can't look detailed, don't bother though.