betwixt - :zap: Web Debugging Proxy based on Chrome DevTools Network panel.

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Betwixt will help you analyze web traffic outside the browser using familiar Chrome DevTools interface. Download the latest release for your operating system, build your own bundle or run Betwixt from the source code.

https://github.com/kdzwinel/betwixt

Dependencies:

chalk : ^1.1.1
http-mitm-proxy : ^0.5.0
istextorbinary : ^2.0.0
minimist : ^1.2.0

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