Product updates, how-tos and community news
The last few months have been very interesting for us here at OpenReplay, and we wanted to share with you some of the most interesting bits of it!
We’re constantly working with our community on Github to build the product you love. We’ve released version 1.5.4 with the following updates:
A new Metric type, called Table ready for you inside the Metrics section of the app.
We’ve also exposed all NPM options on our JS snippet, so you can customize the way you use our tracker whether you’re using the npm package or the snippet.
We’ve added the ability to annotate and type on your user’s session while using Assist.
We’ve also improved the UI to better the user experience, we’ve fixed some errors with the funnels and a bunch of other stuff. You can read the full list on our release notes here.
Our fist community call will happen during the week of the 18th this month, so stay tuned for updates!
We’ll have Mark Volkmann discussing Front-end Observability with Svelte.
You won’t want to miss it!
How-To’s with OpenReplay
We’re constantly updating our documentation, but if you’re wondering how to get started with the Assist feature, or use the Fetch plugin, you should check out our Tutorials section:
👉Live Session Replay Through OpenReplay Assist👈
👉Learn how to inspect your user’s requests with the Fetch plugin👈
We published a new podcast!
That’s right, we released the “20 Min JS” podcast on all major distribution networks.
We already have some episodes out, if you’re interested:
Episode 2 - Svelte and SvelteKit with Mark Volkmann
Episode 3 - The Jamstack with Brian Rinaldi and Raymond Camden
Episode 4 - React State Management with Paige Niedringhaus
Episode 5 - Code Quality with Christian Clausen
And we have more episodes lined up so make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss the next one!
We have a very active technical blog
As you probably already know, we have a very active Technical Blog, here are some of the highlights from this month!
Remember that we’re also on Medium, Hashnode and Dev.to in case you rather consume your tech content through those platforms.
And if you’d like to contribute to our increasing number of authors, feel free to reach out to our editor.
That’s it for this month’s Roundup newsletter. Follow us on Twitter and Discord.