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New features announced by Microsoft to Azure Application Insights

Microsoft has introduced new features to Azure Application Insights, now developers can monitor the usage and performance of their apps.They have introduced the ability so that cookies are not used.The transmission has now more dependency in the face of throttling and when there are issues in the network, and when a page is about to unload. The new features added to Azure Application Insights are, now with the limited amount of javascript code can get Ajax calls and Page loading time, Ajax failures and browser exception details, session counts, and users. JavaScript SDK new features: With Additional improvements added to the Azure Application Insights JavaScript SDK, they have also fixed some bugs, SDK is cleaned and has also added a couple of features. Snippet.js added to NPM package: this JS file can be used by those who want to use application insight from a separate file in place of using inline using Gulp pipeline. By RehanSaeed. Thanks, Muhammed Rehan! New option added to disable cookies: This was one of the requirements from their user.Now user can disable cookies, but the user can loose some features.Without cookies, each page view will be counted as a new user and session.More configurations of Application Insights ADK JavaScript API are available here Dependency correlation headers are enabled:  By default, these are turned off, users can enable them manually.Set disableCorrelationHeaders in the config file to false to correlate dependencies with server request.if the user selects feature they can see the server request that correlates with the user client side AJAX calls JavaScript SDK improvements are available here.
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New features announced by Microsoft to Azure Application Insights

Geneva Clark
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16th Feb, 2017
New features announced by Microsoft to Azure Application Insights

Microsoft has introduced new features to Azure Application Insights, now developers can monitor the usage and performance of their apps.They have introduced the ability so that cookies are not used.The transmission has now more dependency in the face of throttling and when there are issues in the network, and when a page is about to unload.

The new features added to Azure Application Insights are, now with the limited amount of javascript code can get Ajax calls and Page loading time, Ajax failures and browser exception details, session counts, and users.

JavaScript SDK new features:

With Additional improvements added to the Azure Application Insights JavaScript SDK, they have also fixed some bugs, SDK is cleaned and has also added a couple of features.

Snippet.js added to NPM package: this JS file can be used by those who want to use application insight from a separate file in place of using inline using Gulp pipeline. By RehanSaeed. Thanks, Muhammed Rehan!

New option added to disable cookies: This was one of the requirements from their user.Now user can disable cookies, but the user can loose some features.Without cookies, each page view will be counted as a new user and session.More configurations of Application Insights ADK JavaScript API are available here

Dependency correlation headers are enabled:  By default, these are turned off, users can enable them manually.Set disableCorrelationHeaders in the config file to false to correlate dependencies with server request.if the user selects feature they can see the server request that correlates with the user client side AJAX calls

JavaScript SDK improvements are available here.

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Geneva Clark

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Geneva specializes in back-end web development and has always been fascinated by the dynamic part of the web. Talk to her about modern web applications and she and loves to nerd out on all things Ruby on Rails.

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