• .NET 6 is Here! What Does it Mean for You and Loupe?

    If you're looking to get started with a new application or migrate your existing application to .NET 6, rest easy. Loupe will continue to cover your logging needs. Our current Loupe agents for .NET Core work with .NET 6.

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  • Client-Side JavaScript Logging Examples on ASP.NET

    The more ASP.NET applications rely on client-side computing, the harder it becomes to keep tabs on them using traditional logging methods. Luckily, the right logging tools can solve those issues, such as the Loupe agents for Angular and typescript. Here, we will go over some logging examples using a single-page application on ASP.NET to show how Loupe can be used for JavaScript development.

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  • Live Logging With Serilog for ASP.NET Core

    Live log viewing is very handy for diagnosing tricky errors and getting much needed context on your application. Luckily, Serilog makes it easy to connect to live logging sinks and alter the logging output to fit your needs. Here, we take a look at the two most popular real-time logging options, then take a look at Loupe Desktop.

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  • Maintaining Better Desktop Apps With Centralized Logging

    So you have a desktop application, and maybe it’s beginning to feel a little bit outdated. But the desktop isn’t the problem; it’s managing the application that causes trouble. Here, we discuss how centralized logging can help solve problems for desktop application developers.

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  • Self-Hosted Error Tracking With Loupe

    The option to self-host a cloud service is not a standard expectation, but it's a feature of the Loupe ecosystem that's important for our users. Without the option, many couldn't use Loupe in the first place. Here, I'll go over a few reasons our users self-host Loupe for their error tracking and log management.

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