The functionality has been broken into two separate and distinct pieces:
- Server side - a HttpModule that receives the log messages
loupe.information("My Category", "My Caption", "My Description");
If you have either Loupe Desktop or Loupe Viewer running and showing live sessions you will see the message appear.
As mentioned before we will be publishing more posts detailing the functionality in the agent, but for now we are eager to hear from anybody that does try the agent and get their feedback on it.
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