Gibraltar for Silverlight and Windows Phone 7

We have a lot of customers using Gibraltar with the server-side Silverlight apps, but until now, you had to roll your own solution to get client-side log messages into Gibraltar.  There were options such as using NLog or CLog to forward client-side messages to Gibraltar, but we didn’t provide any out-of-the-box capability for client-side logging. We’ve…

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Enabling JSON Compression (and Gibraltar) in Windows Azure

A friend of mine posted to Twitter a bit ago that he was having trouble dealing with HttpCompression on Windows Azure. Specifically, only certain default MimeTypes were being compressed (like ASPX and CSS), while other important ones like JSON and SOAP were not. During another Azure project, I also ran into an issue where logins…

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Have You Sampled Our Code Samples Yet?

One of the great things about coming to work for Gibraltar is learning about all of these things that I didn’t know the product could do. For example, the other day, I was asked in one of our Live Support chats about how to see the details of a web site session in progress. Gibraltar…

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