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Old Jul 15, 2008, 01:17 PM   #1
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Developing Web 2.0 App - logging http headers

I hope that someone here can help me and that this is not off topic.

I'm developing a Web 2.0 app for the iphone and I need to verify the HTTP requests (including headers and such) that are made. I was wondering if anyone knows of an app that I can use either on the iPhone (or touch) directly or on the Mac with the simulator to track/log the http requests that are made. If I have to, I'll resort to using Firefox and Firebug with the useragent spoofed but that is not my ideal approach.

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