Developing Loupe 4 – Web UI Architecture and Technology

The first in a series of articles about the development of Loupe – part of our new Backstage Pass series showing you what’s going on with development as it happens. This article focuses on the architecture and technology of the Loupe Server web application, examining the current state of play, how we got there, and what the future holds for us.

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Loupe 3.5.1 Now Available

We’ve just shipped the latest release of Loupe – version 3.5.1.  For the most part this is a defect fix rollup for Loupe 3.5 with a number of detailed tweaks, performance improvements, and functional fixes.  But, we’ve also got a few new items in the mix: Loupe Viewer:  The single-file LoupeViewer.exe is now available in…

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Our Best Log Viewer is now Free

In a previous blog post we covered many of the improvements in Loupe Desktop 3.5 but left out one big point: Loupe Desktop is now Free Click here to GET THE BITS Not free for non-commercial use, Free. Not a cut down “Lite” edition, the full freight, smokey-bacon-goodness Ultimate-Pro-Gold Edition.  Free. Not “you have to…

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New Loupe Desktop Features in Loupe 3.5

Loupe 3.5 will debut a refreshed Desktop UI with new Ribbon for rapid access to features, time zone controls, and a dead simple way of viewing local applications in real time while they’re still running

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Loupe from Gibraltar Software: Our Previewers’ First Impressions

For the past two weeks, Gibraltar Software has made the Loupe Preview available to for everyone to download and try for free. Loupe Preview is the next generation of Gibraltar Analyst and Hub, and now offers users a brand new web UI through which you can view and interrogate your logging and error management data.…

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Loupe – Who’s it For?

In my last post, I announced the forthcoming release of Loupe from Gibraltar Software. In this post, I want to give you some insight into who we’re building Loupe for. As you’ll know by now, 2013 sees Gibraltar Software aligning products around some key themes that we believe are important for software delivery. On the theme…

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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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Gibraltar: Preserving User Privacy in your CEIP

For day 23 of our Advent calendar we have a simple treat you can use to balance your needs with your user’s expectations of privacy. Gibraltar is designed to work across a range of uses from in-house corporate applications to public consumer applications.  To handle this requires addressing the whole spectrum of privacy concerns from…

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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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View Logs Remotely in Real Time with Gibraltar

Behind door #20 of our Advent Calendar is a feature that makes all of your logging more valuable – Live Sessions. Many features of Gibraltar are designed to handle situations where you have hundreds, thousands.. even hundreds of thousands of instances of your application running out in the wild you need to get data from. …

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Using Gibraltar with Trace

Behind Advent door number 19 is a simple treat – how to use Gibraltar with the logging capabilities of .NET. As soon as the Gibraltar Agent is started within a process it begins listening to a number of sources of information, including: Trace Messages:  Anything sent to System.Diagnostics.Trace will be routed into the Agent. Console…

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