Highest of fives and uppest of thumbs
to all who helped out in the forum this past week—and always! Take a look!
@Trickey adds to @stefan_garnham 's nifty NRQL library! Check it out!
We have all been there, spent a couple of hours working on a query to get a dashboard that your team/manager or product owner just has to have. How about some community spirit and helping our fellow Data Nerds to get a running start with some dashboards by posting some here?
Please ensure that you post a short description of the purpose of your query along with the NRQL.
This query will get the number of PageViews broken into Mobile, Desktop and Tablet:
@max.kraszewski and @justin_spies nail this PHP related issue with the help of our good friend and “data nerd” @acuffe !
I’m running a VPS with LEMP stack (Ubuntu 14.04) and PHP-FPM 5
The goal of that VPS is to serve several small wordpress installations, some with newrelic and some without. So, I tried the “per dir” configuration.
I’ve deployed newrelic-sysmond via Ansible and server data was shown inmediately and OK
The PHP agent is driving me crazy. I’ve read several times the docs, checked once and again every configuration detail and finally I decided to ask for help, because I’m doing something wrong…
Synthetics meets React.js!
@max.schubert dazzles with a way to detect when the element is removed from the DOM when your front end uses React… with Synthetics!
We use React.js. When a developer shows and then hides a spinner with React, React.js adds it to the DOM, then removes it from the DOM when it’s done. This made figuring out how to detect when a full page load was complete an interesting challenge! Here’s our code for doing that:
* elementIsNotVisible checks if the element is still in the DOM,
* if it is not in the DOM, it throws a 'StaleElementReferenceError' exception.
Happy Birthday Community Forum! This Infographic was made for all of you! (Yes, You!) A
huge thank you from me to you for making our community such an incredible success these past 2 years!
Take a peek into the data of all the amazing things you helped us accomplish below.
Thanks again! Until next time—you are awesome!