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ASP.NET Core 2.2 Health Checks Explained

Thomas Ardal, November 13, 2018 ASP.NET Core 2.2 introduces a range of new features. One of the more interesting (IMO) is Health Checks. You may use tools like Pingdom or elmah.io Uptime Monitoring to ping your website in a specified interval. Pinging a single HTML page may or may not reveal if ...

Retry failed requests

Thomas Ardal, October 31, 2018 We hope that you are utilising elmah.io to help you fix your bugs. Deciding if a bug is fixed or not, can be somewhat tricky. To help you investigate, we have launched a new Retry Request feature. The Retry Request feature is available when expanding an error: When clicking ...

Our favourite .NET, Azure and C# podcasts

Kristoffer Strube, October 23, 2018 In the series: .NET Blogs to Follow Great .NET Conferences to Attend List of the Best Free Visual Studio Extensions Best Visual Studio Code Extensions 17+ Must Have .NET Developer Tools Our favourite .NET, Azure and C# podcasts Podcasts can be good to catch up on the newest things in ...

Introducing Client-side logging to elmah.io

Thomas Ardal, September 26, 2018 Today, I'm happy to share some huge news. elmah.io is no longer limited to logging errors from your server. We now also support client-side logging through the recent addition, simply named elmah.io.js. With elmah.io.js, JavaScript errors happening right there in the users' browser, are logged ...

Continuous deployment to Azure in Visual Studio Team Services

Thomas Ardal, September 04, 2018 Hosting on Azure and building on Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)? You should utilize the (now) wonderful release management tool built into VSTS. I've written about continuous deployment in the past here: Configure and deploy Azure Functions with Kudu and Continuous Deployment of Azure Functions with Slots. Since writing those ...