Loads pages in iOS Safari and builds a HTTP Archive (HAR) file for page load.
This is work-in-progress and liable to change
- Clone repository
npm installto install dependencies
- Install Google's proxy that connects Chrome DevTools to iOS WebKit - https://github.com/google/ios-webkit-debug-proxy (there's a homebrew recipe for this)
Start the proxy
Then either launch the iOS Simulator or connect an iPhone/iPad via USB cable and launch Safari
Usage: bin/ios-har-builder [options] URL... options: --output, -o Dump generated HAR to file instead of stdout --verbose, -v Enable verbose output
N.B. Options for host and port don't currently work
Example: bin/ios-har-builder -o example.har http://m.guardian.co.uk
It's a separate fork for now as there are some differences in behaviour between Chrome and Safari e.g. lack of navigation / resource timing in Safari, Safari wraps the WebKit debug protocol in RPC etc.
- Cookies aren't currently supported
- Code needs cleaning up and refactoring in several places
- Host and Port parameters don't work