So, I do love App Insights, but I just realised that it’s even better than I’d thought. They’ve integrated it more closely with Visual Studio.
In the code you can see things at the top of each method – how many references it has, who last edited it, how long ago it was edited,, etc.
Well now you can also see the exceptions that were recorded by App Insights for that method in the last 24 hours:
(And all those are expected exceptions. If anyone works out a way of doing a Response.Redirect() without a ThreadAbortException and still killing the page processing, let me know)