0.10.1

10/10/2018
  • The search should now be a bit speedier when quickly swapping between status codes
  • Linking to JWT.io for OAuth2 tokens now automatically removes "Bearer" if necessary
  • You can't tell, but we reworked most of our React UI code to be far more reusable, allowing us to develop new features faster!

0.10.0

10/3/2018

We now check for some of the common issues that plague developers and output Errors and Warnings to save you time

  • SSL - We now check SSL certs to verify they are correctly signed and not expired / about to expire
  • OAuth2 - When you get a 401 or 404, we check to see if you are missing a token. If one is present and it is OAuth2, we also check to see if it's correctly signed and currently valid
  • Rate Limits - Running out of API calls is rough. MooseTracks will now check for common Rate Limit header responses and let you know if you're over or about to run out

0.8

9/08/2018

Quality of Life Improvements

  • One of our links wasn't adding to the Browser history correctly. Fixed 👌
  • We've upped the max size of Request and Response bodies from 64kb to 128kb each. Enjoy your new space!
  • This one's for you keyboard ninjas - Pressing Enter now submits all of our forms when creating a new Park or Trail
  • ⏱ Look at the time! Tracks now show a much friendly Timestamp - "A minute ago" is a bit easier to read than the UTC timestamp!
  • We love our illustrations, and we hope you do too, but they didn't need to be the full 4 thousand pixel wide source images. We've scaled those down a tad to save your browser some work
  • You had questions, we answered them. Check out our fresh FAQ page!

0.7.1

8/27/2018
  • Adding someone else to your Park is no longer case sensitive 👌

0.7.0

8/26/2018

Expanding out core features

  • Add someone else to your Park with our new Invite button!
  • We've added a handy dandy URL converter to make it easier to capture new Traffic
  • All new Traffic will now show the HTTP Verb

0.6.0

8/13/2018

🎊 Closed Beta Launch! 🎊

  • You can now create a User Account (which we call a Ranger) through Auth0
  • Setup a Park and Trail to proxy and view your requests