title: Application Insights: Public Preview; iOS and Android; performance counters and unhandled exceptions for Java apps; and time range selection description: VSTS release notes for May 11 2015 ms.prod: vs-devops-alm ms.technology: vs-devops-articles ms.manager: douge ms.assetid: ab2dd5ed-ac45-46ed-96a5-64e8a09b324a ms.date: 06/01/2016 ms.author: douge

author: yukom

Application Insights: Public Preview; iOS and Android; performance counters and unhandled exceptions for Java apps; and time range selection

Application Insights is now in Public Preview, and what a journey it has been getting here. Public Preview was announced at //Build/, along with our Pricing Plans.

During the last sprint we wrapped up some features, while preparing for conference season and the announcement of Public Preview. The new release of Visual Studio 2015 RC has some improvements in how we integrate with the NuGet package manager. It supports additional project types, including Windows 10.

iOS and Android support

Our iOS and Android SDKs are now released, together with supporting overview pages in the portal. They provide usage insights and crash diagnostics, thanks to the powerful capabilities we are integrating from HockeyApp.

Performance counters for Java applications

The latest release of the SDK for Java (version 0.9.3) collects performance counters and unhandled exceptions.

From the Overview blade, click Servers to see performance counters.

Performance counters for Java apps

If you want to see other performance counters, you can edit the Application Insights configuration file and choose from any counters exposed by the JMV or Windows. The information about these performance counters will be visible as custom metrics in Metric Explorer.

Custom metrics for performance counters

Unhandled exceptions in Java apps

Unhandled exceptions are displayed in the same way as custom exceptions. To see them, click Failures on the Overview blade.

Unhandled exceptions in Java apps

Drag-across to select a time range

You can now drag to select a specific time range within a chart on the ASP.NET overview blade. Grab the small triangles near the x-axis:

Fine time selection process

A zoomed-in view of this region appears in a child Metrics Explorer blade.

That's Sprint 82

Wrapping up Sprint 82 was exciting as it aligned with some major announcements, and our continued integration with Visual Studio 2015 RC, which released during the same week.

We are very interested in hearing about how we are doing, so please submit questions and issues to Forums, bugs to Connect (select Application Insights), and suggestions to User Voice.

Thanks,

David Lubash