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I've recently moved to kubuntu. Is there any app to read HTTP Archive Log (.har). I know about this http://www.softwareishard.com/har/viewer/. I'm looking for an offline app to view .har files.

Thanks, jeetesh

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You can use HAR Viewer

HAR Viewer is a web application (PHP) that allows to visualize HTTP tracing logs based on HTTP Archive format (HAR). These files contain recorded information about HTTP traffic performed by web pages. A HAR log can be created by HTTP sniffer tools such as Firebug.

It's still web-based, somehow, but you can use it on a local server

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there are a number of tools / apps that can help visualize .har files and data:

you might want to check Har.tech for a complete list of resources

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