The new URI parameter inspector gives you a list of all of the parameters in a provided URI, decoding the values as necessary. For example, if you provide the following input:
http://www.example.com?value1=123&value2=456 - the utility shows the two query parameters like this:
Not very useful when you only have a small number of parameters but when you have many and some of the values are encoded it allows you find and check a particular value very easily.
As well as showing normal query parameters, this utility can also list parameters that are present in the fragment section of the URI. For example, with the following input:
http://www.example.com?value1=123&value2=456#fragparam1=test1&fragparam2=test2 - the utility shows two separate lists for each type of parameter like so: