Noseyparker - 9 June

I'm feeling more confident in my understanding of the existing code, and I feel (after lots of reading code) I know better how the network traffic event handlers work.

I added a new event method to the (Non-HTTPS) request handler class to catch HTTP responses. The new event method appears to fire when expected. I created a new class (inheriting from the modified one) and caught HTTP responses - I was also able to detect if they used GZIP compression ("content-encoding" header) and if they contained content types I'm interested in ("content-type" header) such as json, html and text.

I still need to investigate other HTTP compression techniques like deflate.