Adding Gibraltar to your ASP.NET website without recompiling

Welcome to day 24 of our Advent calendar. Yes folks, only one more sleep until Christmas. Today we’re going to look at a great way to start using Gibraltar for logging even if you’ve got a deployed application. After all, not all web sites are in development and sometimes you want to add logging without…

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Automating Logging of Security Failures in ASP.NET MVC

There are three main reasons for logging and tracing in applications: You need to log errors You need to track performance You need to track unusual system behaviour I’m sure you can think of other reasons, but these cover most scenarios and it’s the latter that we’ll look at today, on day 22 of our…

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Using Gibraltar for Simple ASP.NET MVC Performance Monitoring

Behind door 7, we’re looking at performance monitoring and how you can easily use to Gibraltar to help track your application performance. If your customers complain to you about your website being slow, your first question needs to be “Define slow”.  It means different things to different people and in website terms it can cover…

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I See MVC!

If you’re a web dev, you couldn’t help but notice that, whilst we carry a lot of content on our site, showing you how to use Gibraltar in various scenarios, the content for ASP.Net MVC is somewhat lacking, and by lacking I mean, ahem, non existent. Well, we noticed that too, and the good news…

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