The dotnet monitor tool that debuted as an experimental tool last year is now fully supported, helping developers access diagnostics information in a dotnet application.
"When running a dotnet application differences in diverse local and production environments can make collecting diagnostics artifacts (e.g., logs, traces, process dumps) challenging. dotnet monitor aims to simplify the process by exposing a consistent HTTP API regardless of where your application is run," says the project's GitHub site documentation.
Features of the .NET Foundation project (as of preview 4) include:
"We've previously introduced dotnet monitor as an experimental tool to access diagnostics information in a dotnet process," Microsoft said in a recent blog post. "We're now pleased to announce dotnet monitor has graduated to a supported tool in the .NET ecosystem. dotnet monitor will be fully supported beginning with our first stable release later this year."
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