Application Insights helps us to track applications health in real time. You can track your application availability, performance issues, user’s session and diagnose crashes faster than ever. It’s provides a real time dashboard for your app to monitor your application. It is fast, very easy to configure and provide very powerful insights for your application. We can capture the real time telemetry using Application Insights for our BoT as well. There are several ways to do that integration…
Azure Bot Service is the Bot-Service powered by the Microsoft Bot Framework and Microsoft Azure. It enables rapid intelligent bot development. In one of my previous post I talked about how we can leverage the Bot Framework and Build Your First Bot using Microsoft Bot Framework. With this Bot cloud service, you can build, connect, deploy and manage intelligent bots faster than ever. Be it is development, Configuration, connect with an of the Channel, adding intelligence everything! can be done in a single place – in fact over few clicks.
Microsoft Bot Framework is a comprehensive suite of tools and offering to build and deploy the conversational chat bots for your app users. You can build and publish your intelligent bot that interacts naturally wherever your users are talking – from Skype, Facebook Messenger, Office 365 mail and other conversational medium. Read more about Bot framework over here.. In this post we will explore how to get it started.
Universal Windows Platform introduced a InkCanvas (Easy drawing and inking using new InkCanvas Control for Universal Windows App) control to easy drawing and a new Inking API to manage the inking. Binding an InkToolbar to the InkCanvas control will now enhance the capability of this control all together. You can now have several options for drawing, erasing and highlighting etc. By default, the InkToolbar provides UI control for selecting ink, stroke size, ink color, pen tip as well as options for erasing.
The Application Insights Trends tool in Visual Studio can analyze the data from the different set of telemetry types, time range and group by them in to different category. The quickest ways to launch the Telemetry Trends tool is from the solution explorer, under ApplicationInsights.config , select “Explore Telemetry Trends” or even we can launch it from “Application Insights Trends” window from View –> Other Windows.
In the previous post you have seen how we can use the CodeLens to display the Application Insights Exception Telemetry in Visual Studio . CodeLens displays the exception details when you are connected with the Application Insights services. You can turn this feature on or off from the CodeLens Options dialog window.
You can now leverage the CodeLens to display the Exception telemetry inside Visual Studio. Application Insights Exception details now can be accessible and display via CodeLens in Visual Studio. As long as you are connected with Application Insights, the CodeLens exception indicator will display the count of exception and details for each method over the past 24 hrs.
Recent updates of Visual Studio 2015 introduced a new tool for analyzing how your application behaviors over time using the Telemetry data. The Application Insights Trends tool in Visual Studio can analyze the data from the different set of telemetry types, time range and group by them in to different category. You can launch this window form the solution explorer by selecting “Explore Telemetry Trends” option.
Using the In-App XAML Inspection toolbar we can directly access the Live Visual Tree and Live Property Explorer from the running application. Live Visual Tree shows the hierarchy of all UI elements in the app that we are debugging and the Live Property Explorer shows properties of UI elements at runtime. Combination of these two tool allow you to take a deep into your xaml code and review the necessary change at runtime. This really helps developer to find and fix many UI related changes, also to dealing with different styles. This quick tip talks about how we can turn on/off the In-App XAML Ispection toolbar.
Visual Studio 2015 introduced many tools for debugging and diagnostic. We have seen excellent feature for inspecting and debugging XAML UI, which enables great capability for developers to Visualize and modify the XAML UI within a running application and review the dynamic changes. We have also seen the In-App XAML Inspection Toolbar , that allow access to the Live Visual Tree and Live Property Explorer directly from the App.
With the recent updates of Visual Studio 2015 (Update 3 RC), we can now install and add references for Nuget Packages as part of quick fix light bulb. Like wise, adding references from installed assemblies, Visual Studio now also suggests Nuget Packages for references for the specific types. Then you can install and refer the latest version automatically or take help of package manager to install specific versions for the same Nuget Package.
While building one of the Holographic App demo for my Holographic App Development Using Microsoft HoloLens series, I was trying out rotating an objects around it different axis along with rotate around to an orbit. This post just talk about how to achieve the rotation part for both of the cases in unity.