New version 1.8.0 out, what's coming on 1.9.0, new YouTube channel and more!
Hi everyone! 👋
September looks like it will be an excellent month for OpenReplay. Let’s see what we’ve been up to!
To get started, we’ve released version 1.8.0 with the following updates:
We’ve added new features to the community edition:
X-Ray, which lets you visualize up to three timelines simultaneously, each focused on one specific group of issues (like errors, network and performance).
Multiple agents can now join Assist calls at once.
You can now see past activity when viewing a live session.
We also made some major improvements, such as:
Using VirtualDOM to smooth the playback of large replays.
Several updates to our UI to improve the user experience.
You can now control the player's progress bar from your keyboard.
And quite a lot of other changes, so check out our release article for more details.
🌏 Community Calls 🌍
On September 2nd, we had our latest live community call with Luca Casonato from Deno as our special guest. He covered how to create fast websites using Deno.
We also shared How OpenReplay can help you sanitize the data you record to protect your user’s privacy.
You can watch the recording here:
🤔 We got some new How-To’s 🤔
We launched our YouTube channel and have been busy uploading how-to tutorials there:
Visit our channel and subscribe to be notified whenever we upload new content there as well!
🎧 The Podcast 🎧
Our podcast, “20 Min JS” is available on all major distribution networks.
Episode 27 - Let's talk about Remix with Chance Strickland
Episode 25 - Learning UI frameworks with Corbin Crutchley
Episode 23 - Let's talk about Astro with Chris Bongers
Episode 21 - An introduction to Fresh with Luca Casonato
Episode 20 - All about Deno & Deno Deploy with Bartek Iwanczuk
📝 Featured articles 📝
And if you’d like to contribute to our increasing number of authors, feel free to reach out to our editor.