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Elmah.Io.JavaScript 3.5.3

 

New

  

We released a new version (3.5.3) of the Elmah.Io.JavaScript package. The new version includes the following change:

  • Replaced call to deprecated Event.srcElement with Event.target.

Blogged: Server-side source map support on elmah.io

Certificate information on uptime checks

 

New

  

When enabling the SSL expiration toggle on an uptime check, there's a new Certificate tab on the uptime history view. Here you will see a quick overview of the recent SSL certificate we fetched:

Certificate information on uptime checks

Whois information on uptime checks

 

New

  

In our efforts to provide you with as much information about your applications as possible, we have added a new Whois tab on the uptime history view. When the Domain expiration toggle is enabled on an uptime check, you will be able to see the latest Whois result we fetched for your domain directly in the elmah.io UI:

Whois information on uptime checks

Lighthouse history on uptime checks

There's a new (experimental) Lighthouse feature available on uptime checks. Enable the Lighthouse toggle on an uptime check to have elmah.io collect and display nightly Lighthouse scores:

Experimental Lighthouse history on uptime checks

Lighthouse results are currently in beta and available when creating or editing all uptime checks. We don't expect this to be part of all plans once released in beta but feel free to play with it as long as it is there.

Moved uptime and heartbeats history to slide-in

 

Improvement

  

We moved the content of the previous modals used to show uptime and heartbeats history to a new slide-in view. The change has been made to make the views more consistent with the rest of the elmah.io app but also to make room for more tabs. More news about that last part will follow during a week or two 😉

Moved uptime and heartbeats history to slide-in

Parent on Azure Boards app

 

Improvement

  

There's a new optional Parent setting on the Azure Boards app. If you input a work item ID from your Azure DevOps project, elmah.io will automatically add that work item as a parent to any created bugs through the integration. You can use this to group issues created by elmah.io beneath another issue, an epic, or similar.

Parent on Azure Boards app

Blogged: 3 new free tools for .NET developers

Experimental support for isolated Azure Functions

 

New

  

There's a new (experimental) package named Elmah.Io.Functions.Isolated for isolated Azure Functions running on .NET 5. Much like the Elmah.Io.Functions package, this new package will log all uncaught exceptions happening inside functions and include contextual information (like HTTP headers) not included through Microsoft.Extensions.Logging-based logging. Learn how to get started in the updated documentation and check out the samples.

New prereleases of all packages

 

Improvement

  

New prereleases have been published for all client integrations available on GitHub and NuGet. A lot of good stuff goes into the new version like extended documentation and better handling of AggregateException.

We have also started the work on improving the use of the embedded HttpClient within the client. The new versions will start marking the HttpClient property on IElmahioAPI and ElmahioAPI as obsolete. If you are currently using this property in your code, reach out to get help migrating.

As usual, we will write individual changelogs once each package is released as stable. For now, feel free to start playing with the new versions, but remember the prerelease tag 😉