WonderTools.Inspector 1.0.1

Inspector is a asp.net core middle ware.
When installed, then a version end point is created in the application.
Information such as version, environment, app name can be made available at this end point

Install-Package WonderTools.Inspector -Version 1.0.1
dotnet add package WonderTools.Inspector --version 1.0.1
<PackageReference Include="WonderTools.Inspector" Version="1.0.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add WonderTools.Inspector --version 1.0.1
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Inspector

When developing web application, its common to have an end point in the application that gives information such as name, environment, version, build number etc.
Inspector is a asp.net core middle ware that gives you the ability to add a version end point by writing minimal amount of code.

How to use Inspector

  1. Install WonderTools/Inspector in your asp.net core application
  • The nuget package could also be installed by nuget package manager or by command
Install-Package WonderTools.Inspector -Version 1.0.0
  1. In the asp.net core Startup, In the method ConfigureServices, add Inspector by
services.AddInspector();
  1. In the asp.net core Startup, In the method Configure, use Inspector by
app.UseInspector(x =>
{
    x.AddEnvironment("developement");
    x.AddName("Inspector Usage Sample");
    x.AddVersion("1.0.0");
    x.AddKeyValue("Some Key", "Some Value");
});
  1. Now in your application, there should be an endpoint www.your-application.com/version that exposes the below data
{
  "Environment": "developement",
  "Name": "Inspector Usage Sample",
  "Version": "1.0.0",
  "Some Key": "Some Value"
}

Important Links

Releases or Downloads

Sample Usage

Documentation

Inspector

When developing web application, its common to have an end point in the application that gives information such as name, environment, version, build number etc.
Inspector is a asp.net core middle ware that gives you the ability to add a version end point by writing minimal amount of code.

How to use Inspector

  1. Install WonderTools/Inspector in your asp.net core application
  • The nuget package could also be installed by nuget package manager or by command
Install-Package WonderTools.Inspector -Version 1.0.0
  1. In the asp.net core Startup, In the method ConfigureServices, add Inspector by
services.AddInspector();
  1. In the asp.net core Startup, In the method Configure, use Inspector by
app.UseInspector(x =>
{
    x.AddEnvironment("developement");
    x.AddName("Inspector Usage Sample");
    x.AddVersion("1.0.0");
    x.AddKeyValue("Some Key", "Some Value");
});
  1. Now in your application, there should be an endpoint www.your-application.com/version that exposes the below data
{
  "Environment": "developement",
  "Name": "Inspector Usage Sample",
  "Version": "1.0.0",
  "Some Key": "Some Value"
}

Important Links

Releases or Downloads

Sample Usage

Documentation

Release Notes

1.0.1
Added support for adding properties from configuration

1.0.0
Initial version of Inspector

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.0.1 132 12/9/2018
1.0.0 120 10/28/2018