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Node.js as a Proxy to Logentries.com

Logging from the client side of a web application can seem like a challenge.  The web browser exposes everything to the user.  There is no way to hide anything delivered to the client from prying eyes, including your log token… Read More

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Posted in Application Performance Monitoring, Development, DevOps, How To, JavaScript, Log Management, Logentries, Scripts, Web

Moving away from MVC

In of all my years as a software engineer, trying new libraries, frameworks and paradigms has been such a pleasure especially in web development. Even before the well known javascript libraries, web development was based on backend apps which render… Read More

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Posted in .Net, Application Performance Monitoring, Development, JavaScript

3 Ways to Improve Your Code Testing

I am a big fan of Test Driven Development (TDD). I drank the kool-aid a while back and have not had a regret since. When I sling code, I am always writing a test, or writing against a test. That’s… Read More

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Posted in Development, JavaScript, Node.js, Tips & Tricks

What exactly is an Event-loop?

“The price of reliability is the pursuit of the utmost simplicity” – C.A.R Hoare
Rather than doing another all-out performance post, I’ll look at some aspects of asynchronous I/O today instead: what it is at a high level, what it… Read More

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Posted in Development, JavaScript, Node.js

Using Logentries With Angular v1.5

(The post assumes at least a basic knowledge of Angular.  Angular is a very opinionated framework so make sure you have some experience with Angular before following the instructions presented below.)
Logentries can integrate into whatever Javascript framework you want… Read More

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Posted in Angular, Application Performance Monitoring, Development, How To, JavaScript, Log Management, Logentries, Monitoring

Migrating a web app to Angular

At some point many applications get to a state in which a large refactoring or in some cases a complete rewrite needs to happen. The decision to do so can be driven by many factors. For example, the code base… Read More

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Posted in Angular, Development, JavaScript, Logentries, Web

Integrating the Logentries Javascript Library With React

React.js has proven itself a powerful contender in the world of Javascript frameworks. Arguably, it has become one of a handful of libraries that all web developers should consider for current or upcoming projects. Understanding how it integrates with other… Read More

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Posted in Application Performance Monitoring, How To, JavaScript, Log Management, React

15 Events to Log for Better DevOps

DevOps practices are now finding their way into more and more organizations. Up to now, as the DevOps movement has started to percolate across various industries the focus has been on improving the IT department. In Logentries’ article 15 Events… Read More

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Posted in .Net, Alerts, Application Performance Monitoring, Business Metrics, Data visualization, DevOps, Feature, Java, JavaScript, LEQL, Log Analysis, Log Management, Node.js, Security, Server monitoring, Tableau, Tips & Tricks

Using JavaScript to interact with the REST Query API

We’re very excited to announce that our REST Query API is now available. With this API, you can:

make it easy to remotely query your log data
easily integrate Logentries with third party solutions, external systems and internal tools
allow… Read More

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Posted in API, Feature, How To, JavaScript, LEQL, Tips & Tricks

Client Side Logging In Javascript

Developers are writing Javascript applications of increasing complexity designed to run in web browsers, on desktops, and on servers.  Javascript applications have reached a level of maturity that means they are running important business operations.  They must be more maintainable… Read More

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Posted in Application Performance Monitoring, Cloud, Development, JavaScript, Log Management, Logentries, Uncategorized

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