It's free and open source, has a nice TUI, scripting in python, intercept and modify requests/responses, etc
Sometime I need to script to change the response by code, I use mitmproxy too, since mitmproxy has this feature. But sometime I just need to quickly see the HTTPS Response and I would go to Proxyman since it's so intuitive and easy of use.
Feel free to Ask me anything.
Works similarly, but runs on Linux & Windows too, and it's fully open source: https://github.com/httptoolkit
The Pro version costs 6 EUR/month.
I have a comment about the UI, it resembles a lot to Table plus and Postico
Table Plus UI
And Proxyman doesn't come with many advanced features. It's obvious because Fiddler is born 17 years ago.
If you're familiar with other tools like Charles or Fiddler, you could switch to Proxyman since those functionalities are the ready much the same. The UI is thoughtful and we put of lot of works to re-design the UI to make it super easy to get started.
Let check the Map Local or Install Certificate menu too see how it looks like.
Fun fact: The number of users, who are complain how to install the Certificate is significantly dropped down when we re-design the Installation Guideline Windows. It means they could make it without googling :D
Or Burp Suite. It's hard to design a brand new UI for the same functionality...
All incidental of course, but still. I believe your theory. Embarrassing and slightly pathetic if true.
Are you talking about yourself in the third person? Very confusing.
For sure if you run electrons apps on a old potato pc with less performances than a new smartphone it's not ideal but I feel like most companies don't really target users in this situation.
The real lesson is that performance matters but its not the only criteria for a successful app.