Monthly Archives: February 2013

Glimpse 1.0 Ships!

The Glimpse team is proud to announce that we have shipped Glimpse 1.0. (Stable, RTW, final – call it what you’d like, but it’s certainly good!)

Glimpse 1.0 supports more frameworks and runtimes than any previous version of Glimpse. We’ve fixed a ton of bugs and added many new features since the last beta.

In addition, we’re proud to announce a new website design at getGlimpse.com. We’ve re-built the site to leverage a GitHub repository and Azure Websites to allow for contributions and simplified deployment. This will allow us to add documentation, samples and improved content much more quickly. Keep an eye on the site for changes and please feel free to contribute.

This release follows a successful second release candidate (RC2), and contains few changes, the most notable of which is the rename of IPipelineInspector to IInspector. This change will only affect a small percentage of external plugin authors and has been discussed on the Glimpse developers list.

As usual all four packages (Glimpse, Glimpse.AspNet, Glimpse.Mvc3 and Glimpse.Mvc2) can be downloaded via NuGet.

Please report any issues or suggestions to our GitHub issues tracker.

In addition, we’ll be having a virtual release party/townhall meeting in the near future to show off some of the new features and answer any questions you may have live. We’ll announce more details as soon as they become available.

Glimpse RC2 now available!

The Glimpse team is proud to announce the availability of our second 1.0 release candidate (RC2).

This release incorporates a ton of great feedback we received after the first release candidate, resulting in over 31 bug fixes and improvements to Glimpse.

A few of the highlight changes include:

As usual all four packages (Glimpse, Glimpse.AspNet, Glimpse.Mvc3 and Glimpse.Mvc2) can be downloaded via NuGet. The only thing to remember is that the RC2 packages are “prerelease” packages so be sure to have NuGet configured to allow for that.

Our hope is that RC2 will be short lived and that we will be able to release these packages as our “stable” 1.0 release very soon.

As usual, please report any issues to our GitHub issues tracker.