My package Allium has been made available on NuGet. At my work we use it internally to track usage and runtime of a tool that generates documents. Together with Google DataStudio I’ve created several Dashboards to monitor it. The latest version is v1.2.3. For more check out the source on GitHub.
For credits see my original post.
Two weeks ago I came across a plugin for Visual Studio; AnyStatus. It gives you the ability to keep track of all kinds of services/servers while working in Visual Studio. It lacked the ability to track Jenkins MultiBranch projects, what we use a lot at my work; Soltegro. Since the API was straightforward and freely available in GitHub, I decided to develop it myself. And as of this week it has been merged into the Plugins dll; Pull Request 4.
The code could use some extra work, when the API introduces a better way for managing and creating sub-items. There is still discussions going on about this; Issue 2.
Lately I’ve been looking into NuGet packages and libraries on GitHub to add Google Analytics tracking in .NET WPF applications. There are quite some that offer ways to do this, see the links at the end. They all however have their limitations; either they lack support for WPF (and it’s hard to add) or they use older versions of the Google Measurements Protocol. It’s a shame that Google hasn’t released a tracking library itself! Their Analytics Reporting API is quite good!
So I’ve decided to create my own solution, Allium. As of right now, it is still WIP and untested.
Here is however an extremely simple usage example, which will not change much during development;
using (var session = new AnalyticsSession("UA-XXXXX-YY"))