If you are experiencing issues with no response in the Network tab of Chrome Canary, there could be several reasons for this behavior. Here are some possible causes and solutions to help you troubleshoot the problem:
Disable Extensions: Chrome extensions can sometimes interfere with network requests. Try disabling any extensions you have installed in Chrome Canary and see if the issue persists.
Clear Browser Cache and Cookies: Cached data or cookies might be causing the problem. Clear your browser cache and cookies, then reload the page to see if it resolves the issue.
Check Connectivity: Ensure that you have a stable internet connection. If you are on a restricted network, some requests might be blocked.
Check Network Throttling Settings: Chrome Canary's DevTools allow you to throttle the network speed for testing purposes. Make sure you have not accidentally enabled network throttling or set it to an extreme value.
Verify DevTools Settings: Check your DevTools settings to ensure you haven't inadvertently turned off network request logging or filtering.
Try Incognito Mode: Try opening the same page in Incognito Mode to see if the issue persists. This will help determine if any browser extensions or cached data are affecting the network requests.
Check for Experimental Features: Chrome Canary may have experimental features enabled that could affect network requests. Try disabling any experimental features you have enabled in chrome://flags.
Update Chrome Canary: Ensure you are using the latest version of Chrome Canary. Check for updates and install any available updates to see if the issue has been resolved in a newer version.
Restart Chrome Canary: A simple restart of the browser might resolve the issue, as it could be caused by temporary glitches.
Check Server-Side Issues: It's also possible that the issue lies with the server you are making requests to. Check the server logs or try accessing the server API directly to verify if it is responding as expected.
Try in Chrome Stable: If the problem persists, try accessing the same page in the stable version of Chrome (not Canary) to see if the issue is specific to Canary.
If none of the above solutions resolve the problem, you may want to report the issue to the Chrome team by using the in-browser feedback mechanism. This can help the developers identify and address any potential bugs or issues in Chrome Canary.