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A front-end UI that shows aggregated data (i.e., response sizes, response times, and number of requests), using HTTP Archive (HAR) data from captured network traffic. See fastHAR-api (the API) and the phantomHAR (the phantom.js script).
We use grunt:
npm install grunt-cli -g
To install the dependencies used for our development environment:
To set up the URLs:
cp src/urls.js.dist src/urls.js
Load from a page with an origin (i.e., a server). If you're running locally, use grunt to fire up a local server:
DEBUG=1 OPEN=1 grunt connect