Chrome Requests Response Headers
Sometimes QA needs to debug the HTTPd request the browser is making. This is usually to make sure some conditions are met or to figure out why something isn't working.
In Google Chrome this is pretty simple task.
Finding the HTTP Header
- Right click on the page and select Inspect (Or type in Option Command I)
- Select the Network tab on the top of the DevTools page and then reload the page (Command R)
- Select any Name (These are the various request that were made during the page load time.)
- On the right, select the Header tab
This is where you'll see the request and response between your browser and the server. There's a lot going on here!
You should be able to get a lot of data that may help troubleshoot any issues.
Why Should QA Know This?
You can learn more about HTTP Requests Response Headers from DumbTutorials. It's a good place to catch up on everything HTTP.
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