Thomas Ardal

Thomas Ardal

Denmark
183 posts
Publishing ASP.NET Core 2.2 health check results to elmah.io

We just published a new integration between ASP.NET Core and elmah.io. As you already know, elmah.io comes with excellent support for ASP.NET Core. With the latest addition, integrating ASP.NET Core 2.2 health checks with elmah.io requires a few lines of code only. If ...

9 awesome .NET conference talks you don't want to miss

In the series:.NET Blogs to FollowGreat .NET Conferences to AttendList of the Best Free Visual Studio ExtensionsBest Visual Studio Code Extensions17+ Must Have .NET Developer ToolsOur favourite .NET, Azure and C# podcasts9 awesome .NET conference talks you don't want to missHow many conferences do you attend each year? Probably ...

Taking structured logging and elmah.io to the next level

We've supported a range of different logging frameworks for years. The more modern options support something called structured logging, which means that you can embed rich information inside a log message:log.Information("Hello from {user}", "Ray Donovan");When looking at the message logged to a file, you'll see the ...

ASP.NET Core 2.2 Health Checks Explained

This is part 7 in our series about ASP.NET Core: Part 1: AppSettings in ASP.NET Core Part 2: Config transformations in ASP.NET Core Part 3: Configuration with Azure App Services and ASP.NET Core Part 4: ASP.NET Core Logging Tutorial Part 5: Error Logging Middleware in ...

Retry failed requests

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 ...

Introducing Client-side logging to elmah.io

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

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 ...

The Daily Digest Email Reloaded

We've released some great additions to the Daily Digest email during the last weeks. All changes are documented on our changelog, but I want to sum up to give you an overview of how the daily digest email has progressed. Summary of new errors Being able to spot when new ...

API Key Permissions

In order to improve security, as well as to enable client-side logging to elmah.io, we've introduced API key permissions. API keys were introduced in v3 of the elmah.io API. All requests to the API needs to send a valid API key, administered from the organization settings UI. API ...