Use the Network inspector to inspect outgoing network traffic our apps. You can easily browse all requests being made and their responses. The plugin also supports gzipped responses.
To use the network plugin, you need to add the plugin to your Flipper client instance.
import com.facebook.Flipper.plugins.network.NetworkFlipperPlugin; NetworkFlipperPlugin networkFlipperPlugin = new NetworkFlipperPlugin(); client.addPlugin(networkFlipperPlugin);
If you are using the popular OkHttp library, you can use the Interceptors system to automatically hook into your existing stack.
import com.facebook.flipper.plugins.network.FlipperOkhttpInterceptor; new OkHttpClient.Builder() .addNetworkInterceptor(new FlipperOkhttpInterceptor(networkFlipperPlugin)) .build();
As interceptors can modify the request and response, add the Flipper interceptor after all others to get an accurate view of the network traffic.
new]][client addPlugin: [FlipperKitNetworkPlugin
All request sent from the device will be listed in the plugin. Click on a request to see details like headers and body. You can filter the table for domain, method or status by clicking on the corresponding value in the table.