Introducing the new Visual Studio extension

Finally, we are ready to unveil what we have been working on (among a lot of other stuff) the last weeks. Please welcome the Browser – our new Visual Studio extension!

Like you, we are using to track errors on our websites (including We spend almost all of our day inside Visual Studio coding, why integrating error logs inside our favorite IDE was an obvious choice. Let me show you how to get up and running.

  1. Inside Visual Studio navigate to Tools | Extensions and Updates | Online and search for
    VS extension

  2. Hit Download and restart Visual Studio.

  3. You’ll find the Browser through View | Other Windows | Browser or by searching for it through Quick Launch (Ctrl+Q).

  4. When launched, a new tool window appears, which can be docked if you’d like. To start browsing your logs, hit the log in icon to the left:
    VS extension

  5. Log in with the social account used on
    VS extension

  6. When logged on, the Log combo box contains a list of your logs. Select one and hit the search icon:
    VS extension

There you go: full log browsing support inside VS. You can double click each row and check out the details directly on the website.

We have a lot in store for the extension. But as usual we’d love your feedback so please try out the extension and get back to us. Error logging and Uptime Monitoring for your web apps

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