User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_7_5) AppleWebKit/537.22 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/25.0.1364.172 Safari/537.22 Steps to reproduce: This is a feature request, posted in the wiki feature inbox at : https://wiki.mozilla.org/DevTools_auto-responder However, after asking in #introduction, I got told that features were tracked via bugzilla, so here it is Expected results: 1. Feature overview As a web developer, I often find myself wanting to inject a new version of a JS or CSS file into a remote web site I'm currently debugging. The auto-responder (or request filter) would play the role of intercepting requests matching some regexp and redirecting to a configured file on disk. 2. Users & use cases Users of this feature are web developers working on web sites/apps. The main use case is that of debugging an issue in production for example, or more specifically, testing a fix directly in the environment where it was found. Indeed, finding the cause of the bug, then working out a fix and then testing it locally may sometimes not be enough, actually testing in target environment can help. I actually use Fiddler a lot and I'm a fan of their auto-responder feature and custom rules, but it would make my life easier if I could directly, say, right click on a request URL (from the console, or from the net tab, when there'll be one), and choose from the menu "respond with ..." and then browse to a file.
Severity: normal → enhancement
Component: Untriaged → Developer Tools
Another tool that can do this to some extent is BrowserSync (especially as of version 2.4). See: https://github.com/BrowserSync/browser-sync/issues/514
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