The following changes were made in this release:
Help screens have been added for all of the functionality now provided by ZAP.
Context sensitive help has also been implemented so that when you press the F1 key then the help screen associated with the tab you have selected will be displayed.
The implementation of Breakpoints has been changed to be closer to that provided by software Integrated Development Environments.
The breakpoint controls have been moved to the new Top Level Toolbar.
Breakpoints can now also be set by right clicking nodes in the Sites and History tabs.
The Report Menu has been significant changed and now includes the following menu items:
|Generate Report…||Which now generates reports on demand|
|Export Messages to File…||Moved from the File Menu|
|Export Response to File…||Moved from the File Menu|
|Export ALL URLs to File…||New functionality|
|Compare with another session…||New functionality|
The new Search tab allows you to search for regular expressions in all of the URLs, requests and responses.
Next and previous buttons allow you view the found search terms in the Request and Response tabs.
The History Filter Toolbar has been added which allows you to restrict which requests are displayed.
Requests can be filtered based on the HTTP methods, the HTTP result codes, and any tags, alerts, or notes that have been applied.
You can now associate notes with any request.
You can now associate multiple tags with any request.
The Add Alert dialog allows you to manually add or change an alert.
A new Encode/Decode/Hash dialog has replaced the previous Encoder/Decoder.
The Top Level Toolbar has been added which provides a set up buttons for commonly used functionality.
A new look and feel ‘Nimbus’ is used.
The Options Connection screen has a new option to ‘Prompt for proxy credentials on start up’.
If this option is selected then your proxy password will not be stored on the hard disk.
The Sites tab has a new right click menu item that allows you to resend the request after making any changes to it that you want to.
The last directory used by the user is now stored in the config file so that it is maintained between sessions.
|Introduction||the introduction to ZAP|
|Releases||the full set of releases|