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Analyze HTTP Traffic with new HTTP Instrument

WWDC21 has been finished last week with over 200 sessions. Most of the time we heard about SwiftUI session or about Async Await. However there are also interesting session about debugging that has been described by Keith Harrison here. In this article I would like to focus on one of the underrated session which is Analyze HTTP Traffic in Instruments. I also write this article in WWDC Notes.

Track hierarchy

First is about track hierarchy. The hierarchy consists of 4 important elements :

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Michael Abadi S.

Michael Abadi S.

iOS Engineer at Agoda, Bangkok

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