Developer Relations Engineer
👋 Hi folks!
This February was all about lots of performance improvements, bug fixes and we also shipped lots of exciting product updates.
Read on to discover what’s new at Axiom! 🙂
New icons on Timestamp and Virtual fields to identify the field type
You can now view the timestamp icon on
_time on your
Field List drop-down on Axiom Data Explorer.
- Embedded icons on Virtual fields
Get notification on query time range before the earliest event or after the latest event
You can now see a notification if your query time range begins after the dataset received its last event.
- And a notification if your query time range ends before the dataset received its first event
Apply browser's timezone as default
You can now select your TIMEZONE when you click on Profile and select the drop-down menu on TIMEZONE. By default your timezone on Axiom uses your browsers default timezone.
Improvements to the Vercel integration
Our Vercel integration is live but still in beta. using this integration you can analyze, stream, and run queries from your Vercel applications and resources directly on Axiom.
Axiom Processing Language
APL datetime fields are now fully supported
Datetime fields are fully supported on APL, literals of type datetime have the syntax datetime (
value), where a number of formats are supported for value.
APL: improved support for null types
We have improved support for
null types, the scalar function isnull can be used to determine if a scalar value is the null value. The corresponding function isnotnull can be used to determine if a scalar value isn't the null value.
Stay tuned for more exciting updates next month! 😇