Make Data-Driven, High-Impact Improvements to an Application with Application Insights

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Application Insights delivers the holy grail of EASILY determining how customers are using your product, what their experience is, the environments your customers are using, and ensuring your applications are successful meeting your business needs. This data is provided by the usage telemetry capabilities of Application Insights. In this session you will also discover how easy it is to add this to your existing applications through a simple “right click” option in Visual Studio. Demos will include enabling usage telemetry with Application Insights from Windows Phone apps, Windows Store apps, Web applications, as well as custom logging, custom events and dashboard creation.

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1

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3-592

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Hall 1A

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    payini

    This is great and super simple to setup. I hope to see support for WPF applications, so you don't have to hack a few things to make it work.

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    xamlgeek

    Great session with some good samples showing how easy it is to use Application Insights and what it can be for.

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    Jared

    Thanks guys, nice presentation. I'm left with questions regarding store apps however. What's the story with the CPU build selection where x86 was chosen in the demo? Does this mean x64 and ARM are not supported, or does it mean an app that's currently built and deployed to the store with 'Any CPU' now needs 3 builds and three packages to be uploaded to the store?

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    pharris

    Nice Session
    1. Why on earth is the SDl not a PCL ?
    2. The BCL and Async and Http stack are now all available as PCL
    3. If this was a PCL, then we could use it with Xamarin IOS and Android, Silverlight, Win81 Silverlight
    4. Instead we have some weird targeting requirement - Any CPU
    5. I applaud the initial effort, but more Azure type thinking is required. i.e. multi platform

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