If you’re a user of my Planner Gantt Chart app, you may have noticed that I recently published a new version of the app on December 8th of last year. While I didn’t make a big fuss about it at the time, I did want to share some information with you about the update.
One of the main changes in the latest version of the Planner Gantt Chart app was the addition of Application Insights instrumentation. This allows me to collect more data about how users are interacting with the app, which will help me make further improvements and optimizations in the future.
By adding the instrumentation key to the app, I’m able to track events such as when users open the app, when they switch between views, and when they add or delete tasks. This data will provide me with valuable insights into how the app is being used and how I can continue to make it better.
Overall, the update was a small but important one, as it will help me continue to improve the app and provide a better experience for users like you. So if you haven’t already, be sure to check out the latest version of the Planner Gantt Chart app and let me know what you think!
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“Application Insights” is a monitoring and analytics service provided by Microsoft Azure that helps developers to collect and analyze telemetry data from their applications. It allows developers to track various metrics such as application usage, performance, availability, and usage patterns, among other things.
Application Insights provides a range of tools for analyzing the data collected from applications, including interactive charts, custom queries, and machine learning-powered analytics. Developers can use this data to identify and diagnose issues with their applications, as well as to gain insights into how users are interacting with their apps.
In addition, Application Insights can be integrated with other Azure services such as Azure DevOps, Visual Studio, and Azure Monitor, providing developers with a comprehensive set of tools for managing and monitoring their applications.