This month, the Axiom team shipped tons of product updates, bugs fixes, a lot of performance improvements, and also celebrated the release of Advanced Observability for Vercel using Next.js with
Read on to discover what’s new at Axiom!
Advanced Observability for Vercel
A few weeks ago, we launched our Vercel integration and joined the Vercel marketplace. Axiom provides you with Persistent logging and performance metrics for your Vercel applications and Next.js projects. The advanced observability for Vercel provides you with an in-depth observability experience for your projects and deployments including a brand new dashboard, full-stack observability of Next.js with
next-axiom, and support for all Vercel log sources.
This pre-built dashboard includes more charts, better separation of concerns, and an Explore button to allow diving into the data behind the charts with ease.
Isomorphic observability for Next.js
We introduced and built
next-axiom the first observability plugin built from the ground up for Next.js. With next-axiom’s isomorphic observability, you can enable web-vitals, send logs, or send events in either frontend or backend code.
withAxiom you will be able to:
- Add unsampled web vitals monitoring to your Next.js project with a single line of code
- Send logs and events from client, edge, or server-side code without having to worry about any extra configuration
APL Documentation Syntax Highlighting
We worked on and built syntax highlighting for APL Docs. This gives you deeper insights into the operators and functions we support as they are highlighted, clearer, and easier to read.
More Datetime functions are now fully supported on APL
Open queries directly to data explore page from dashboard charts
You can now open queries from your dashboard charts directly to the data explorer page. This lets you modify your queries and monitor every visualization instantly