Just yesterday the paint on all those new ones and zeros dried and we ushered out the latest version of Gibraltar, (18.104.22.1680 for those of you version geeks out there). More information about the release can be found elsewhere on the blog, and more in depth information about Gibraltar can be found here.
Every day this week I’ll be blogging about a new feature of Gibraltar 3.0, today we’re going to start with the Live Logging feature that lets you remotely view logs of your .NET apps and services in real-time. Now since it’s always easier to “show” rather than “tell”, I’ve prepared a little video describing the feature. Take a look and let me know what you think in the comments. All feedback is welcome, other than, “Hey, you’ve got a really dumb accent”, as it turns out there’s nothing I can do about that.
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